Wednesday, 16 June 2021 20:43

Starbucks Stadium?: Iconic Coffee Chain Files ITU to Use “STARBUCKS” in Connection with Stadiums

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Earlier this month, Starbucks filed an intent-to-use (ITU) service mark application with the USPTO for “STARBUCKS” in connection with promoting business, sports, and entertainment events of others in International Class 35 as well as providing stadium and training facilities for sports and entertainment activities in International Class 41. The application is generating buzz that Starbucks is planning to use its famous name on a stadium, like many other brands (e.g., American Airlines Center,[1] Little Caesars Arena,[2] FedExForum,[3] and Staples Center[4]). Beyond the ITU, Starbucks reportedly made no comment.[5]

 


 

http://www.americanairlinescenter.com/

 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Caesars_Arena

 https://fedexforum.com/

 https://www.staplescenter.com/

See, e.g., Amelia Lucas, Starbucks files trademark application for stadium naming rights, CNBC (Jun. 11, 2021 at 12:08 PM) ( https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/11/starbucks-files-trademark-application-for-stadium-naming-rights.html) (“A Starbucks spokesperson said the company has no further details to share beyond the June 2 filing.”).

 

 

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Kelly Malloy

Ms. Malloy earned her bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Florida, and is currently a J.D. Candidate at the University of Miami School of Law concentrating on intellectual property. At Miami Law, Ms. Malloy serves as President of the Student Bar Association and is on the University of Miami Law Review. Ms. Malloy also served as President of the Intellectual Property Law Society, President of the Inter-Club Council, Executive Board Secretary of the Student Bar Association, and 1L Senator during her time at Miami Law. As a result of her dedication to her coursework, Ms. Malloy is in the top 10% of her class, received the Dean’s Merit Scholarship, and was awarded the Dean’s Certificate of Achievement in her Patent Law course. Ms. Malloy is a law clerk at the firm and assists attorneys by drafting patent applications, performing legal research, and preparing for litigation.