Tag: The Ohio State University


The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has rejected Caesars Entertainment’s request to dismiss objections by The Ohio State University to the casino’s attempt to trademark “The Shoe.” Caesars wants to trademark “The Shoe” for entertainment services at the Horseshoe Cincinnati casino. OSU objected, claiming “The Shoe” has referred to its football ... Read More
June 2, 2016ogadmin



Trademark Lawsuit

Caesars Entertainment had filed for a trademark, “The Shoe,” to be used for entertainment services such as live concerts at the Horseshoe Cincinnati casino in 2013. The Ohio State University’s response was that “The Shoe” had referred to their football stadium since at least 1988. OSU went on to argue that Caesars ... Read More
March 10, 2016ogadmin



Dueling Trademarks

The Ohio State University has filed its opposition to the use of “The Shoe” as a trademark being sought after by Caesars Entertainment. Caesars wants to use “The Shoe” for “entertainment services” such as live concerts. OSU claims “The Shoe” has made reference to the football stadium since at least ... Read More
December 4, 2015ogadmin