News » Archives » February 2014

Professor Mark McKenna was quoted in several sources and articles on the trademark of Dumb Starbucks

Professor Mark McKenna was quoted in several sources and articles on the trademark of Dumb Starbucks.

  • “Fair use” can protect parodies of copyright material, but a trademark such as the logo has different protections that Dumb Starbucks may well be violating, said Mark McKenna, a trademark law expert at the University of Notre Dame. Like others, McKenna suspects the store is a publicity stunt — but for what, he could only guess. – AP via Washington Post

Read More