A Katfriend has sent the IP Kat a tip about a US-based law
firm that specializes in debt collections.
That firm, Cook Collections Attorneys, uses the mark
squeezebloodfromturnip.com, a reference, presumably, to its level of success.
|Can you squeeze blood |
from a turnip? At least one
debt collector thinks so
The Lanham Act, which codifies US trade mark law, sets forth the various reasons why a mark will not be accepted for trade mark protection, including a mark which "consists of or comprises immoral, deceptive, or scandalous matter."
|Mott's For Tots but|
not yet for babies
The Kitchen Cat here and here
Merpel does not suggest putting the words Cook and Cat together in a single search query...