Kardashian sisters do not want Blac Chyna to trademark Angela Renee Kardashian
8 December 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – The Kardashian sisters reportedly do not want Blac Chyna to trademark her future name “Angela Renee Kardashian” as she is set to marry their brother, Rob Kardashian .
Chyna filed an application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in May on behalf of her company called Lashed LLC. She asked to trademark her soon-to-be married name Angela Renee Kardashian and if granted, she will be able to profit from it by using the name for advertising and entertainment services.
However, the older sisters of Rob, Kourtney Kardashian , Kim Kardashian , and Khloe Kardashian are not permitting this. Accordingly, the corporations of the three sisters, Khloemoney Inc., 2Die4Kourt and Kimsaprincess Inc., filed papers to oppose Chyna’s registration to try to trademark her future married name. The attorneys of the three said in the documents that they believe each of the sisters will suffer damage even irreparable injury to their reputation and goodwill if Chyna’s request will be granted.
The companies’ filing added that the sisters own and control the rights in the Kardashian brand and related trademarks and services marks. The documents also said that the sisters spent and continue to spend a substantial amount of time, resources, and money in protecting, advertising, and promoting their Kardashian trademark.
It might be just a legal ground as the Kardashian sisters reportedly do not have anything against Chyna . A source close to the sisters added, "Their trademark attorneys automatically oppose anyone trying to trademark 'Kardashian.’ I doubt the girls were even aware. Everyone loves each other. It's just business.”
A statement from the attorney of Chyna said that the matter is in the middle of litigation so he cannot comment at this time. The attorney assured that he will work with Chyna to protect and grow her intellectual property.
The people involved in this report are yet to comment.
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