Occupy Wall Street Trademark Update

by T+B Blog Team on November 29, 2011

There’s been a lot of trademark registration activity related to the Occupy Wall Street movement since the first registration appeared on October 21. The Long Island couple that first registered a trademark for Occupy Wall St has now abandoned their application. Filed under the name, Diane Maresca, the registration was abandoned on November 3.

The month of November saw a slew of new trademark registrations using the word “Occupy,” including Occupy Hip Hop, Occupy Any Wear, Occupy United, Occupy Together, and even Everywhere I Go I Occupy. And, speaking of hip hop, entertainment mogul Jay Z’s Rocawear clothing line is offering t-shirts sporting the phrase, Occupy All Streets.

You can read about the myriad ways people are profiting from Occupy Wall Street in Time’s Moneyland feature. Besides the usual t-shirt and sweatshirts,  a wider range of apparel has hit the streets, including trucker hats, dog clothing, baby onesies, and much more.

Have you seen any Occupy merchandise for sale in your neighborhood? Send us a picture and we’ll include it in our next Occupy update.

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