Blac Chyna loses legal battle with Kardishian sisters to trademark their last name. Basically the lawyers are saying since she is not getting married to Rob she should not be able to use the name.
“Everything has been fantastic between her and the family to the best of my knowledge, so this is a shock,” Mosley said. “Thus, I’m under the belief that it’s a misunderstanding. I don’t know how this plays out any other way.”
Mosley, who said that he’s filed “many trademarks” for Blac Chyna and that this is the first one to be opposed, added that he was confident the issue would be resolved in his client’s favor.
Apparently not, according to paperwork from paperwork from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, which notes that Chyna didn’t respond to the opposition.
“On January 20, 2017, the Board issued a notice of default to Applicant because no
answer had been filed,” the paperwork, which was mailed March 29, states. “No response to the notice of default has been filed. Accordingly, judgment by default is hereby entered against Applicant, the opposition is sustained, and registration to Applicant is refused.”
TMZ previously claimed that the court documents filed by the Kardashian sisters opposed Chyna using the family name, and that they alleged that her ability to use the moniker could cause them to “suffer damage including irreparable injury to their reputation and goodwill”. They also added that Chyna was “deliberately seeking to profit from the goodwill and popularity” of the Kardashian name.
The insider added that Blac Chyna only wants to trademark the name since she will be using it after she gets married to Rob Kardashian. The reality star also reportedly wants to “share” the last name of her daughter with the brother of Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney.
In the Kardashian’s December opposition to the request, the sisters claimed White was “deliberately seeking to profit from the goodwill and popularity” of their famed name.
They also cited concerns of “irreparable injury to their reputation and goodwill if the opposed mark is allowed to register,” a source told Us Weekly.