Application Partially Voided Where Defendant Lacked Bona Fide Intent to Use Mark
General Counsel News (Intellectual Property)
Han (Jason) Yu wrote this bylined article on the Six Circuit ruling in Kelly Servs., et al. v. Creative Harbor. The court held that trademark applicant Creative Harbor lacked a bona fide intent to use at least some of the marks for listed goods and services, and remanded the case back to the district court to evaluate intent for each application based on objective documentary evidence.