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Kendall And Kylie Jenner Are Trying To Trademark Their Names?! Money Monikers!

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Say my name, say my name.

However, if those names are Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner, it might cost you a pretty penny!

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Last month, the reality TV sisters reportedly tried to trademark their first names in a specific font. See it HERE!

Say what?!

According to sources, the tabloid favorites filed applications to copyright their beautiful handles for the purpose of:

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Fox Is Suing Everyone Who Stands In The Way Of Its Empire! Find Out Why Their New Biggest Hit Is Causing Legal Problems HERE!

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This is what happens when you mess with Fox.

The network is suing California corporation Empire Distribution, Inc. for the rights to the name Empire, aka their mega successful show.

[ Related: Empire's Record Breaking Finale Makes It The Highest Rated New Show In TEN YEARS! ]

In a new trademark lawsuit, Fox is saying they have the rights to Empire, Empire Distribution, and Empire Recordings, and that the companies with these names are hurting their brand.

In their papers, Fox says

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Taylor Swift Pulls A Paris Hilton And Trademarks 'This Sick Beat' — No Seriously!

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While you've been getting down and out about the liars and the dirty, dirty cheats of the world, Taylor Swift has been trademarking her. catchy. lyrics.

She's one smart cookie and a hellvua business woman!

For any retailer or normal person who was looking to capitalize on one of singer's many catchy lyrical phrases, you're out of luck because the singer beat you to the punch!

This is not a joke.

[ Related: Taylor Makes Time For A Fan In Need! ]

If you do a quick search on the United States Patent and Trademark Office, it'll show that Tay Tay has ownership of the ever-so-popular "This sick beat," "Nice to meet you. Where you been?" and "Party like it's 1989!"

Guess tweens everywhere won't be able to snag a shirt at Forever 21 with those phrases.

They're just going to have to wait until TSwifty stops in their town for an epic concert! Or make homemade T-Shirts with those phrases!

Oh well. You snooze, you lose!

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Dominique Ansel's Cronut Sends Reno Bakery A Cease And Desist Letter For Using 'Cronut' — Reno Bakery Trolls Them Back Online

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The trolling is strong with this Reno bakery!

You may remember when Dominique Ansel created the Cronut that made people everywhere flock to his New York shop… well, a Reno, Nevada bakery was inspired to make their own!

[ Related: Cronut Inventor Unveiling His NEW Sweet Treat This Weekend! Feast Your Eyes On… Ice Cream Sundae In A Can! ]

But Ansel was NOT happy and sent the bakery, Rounds, a cease and desist letter to stop calling their goods "Cronuts," since the commonly used term for a croissant donut is trademarked!

Rounds wasn't amused though, and went next level with their responses, in this perfect Twitter apology:

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The Washington Redskins Are REFUSING To Change Their Team Name Even After Today’s Landmark Ruling! Read Their Official Statement HERE!

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C’mon, Washington! Could you BE any more stubborn?!?

It seems NOTHING can convince Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington Redskins, to change his team’s terribly offensive name.

Not only are millions of Americans calling on the NFL squad to swap their name for something else, today the US Patent and Trademark Office canceled ALL of the Redskins’ trademarks after finding the name to be disparaging to Native Americans.

But the organization announced soon after that they will not do away with the well-known name and that today’s decision will have ZERO effect at all on their team!

Blugh!

Their arguments for why they want to keep calling themselves the Redskins are pretty shocking.

You can read the team’s entire official statement…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Holy Smokes! Hershey Sues Marijuana Company For Selling Ganja-Filled Edible Spoofs Of Their Candy!

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Hershey is NOT happy with some pot-filled parodies of their candies floating around Colorado!

Whoa dude! This is totally not chill at all!

Hershey has filed a trademark lawsuit against a Colorado-based medical marijuana company called Tincture Belle, which is known for making edible treats packed with sticky icky!

So what exactly is the issue? Well, Tincture Belle's weed-filled goodies are pretty much just knock-offs of classic candy bars like Almond Joy and Butterfinger! Except these ones are cleverly named Ganja Joy and Buddafinger!

Oh, and did we mention they're filled with weed??

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Disney Investigating Deadmau5 For Kidnapping Mickey? Wait, WHAT?!

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We know what you're thinking, but this doesn't seem to be an April Fools' Prank at all!

According to reports that came out hours before the prank-themed holiday even began, Disney is throwing serious shade at one of the biggest DJs around.

Late last week the trajillion dollar company's lawyers notified the U.S. Trademark Office that they were looking into Deadmau5's trademarked mouse head (not literally, LOLz), presumably because it looks so much like their portrait of the super-iconic Mickey Mouse.

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