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The End, the Real End, of the Trademark Tale
Friday, July 14 2006 @ 02:36 PM EDT

Back in March, in an article called The End of the Trademark Tale, I told you that SCO had failed to appeal the letter of denial from the USPTO on their application on the mark UNIX SYSTEM LABORATORIES, and I said that I thought that was the end of SCO's excellent trademark adventure and that the application would be marked abandoned. It was.

Today, if you go to the USPTO site, you will find SCO's application marked:

Current Status: Abandoned - Failure to Respond or Late Response

And if you search the USPTO Search Collections page and choose Search Trademark Assignments typing in "The SCO Group" [without quotation marks] in the line marked "Assignor Name", you'll find that the trademark UNIXWARE was assigned to X/Open and also here[scroll all the way to the bottom of the first page].

And that is the end, the real The End, to the Trademark Tale.


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