In the heyday of the '90s tech bubble, it seemed like every second or third online company featured "dot-com" or ".com" or some derivation thereof at the end of their company's name. However, times have changed, and this article calls attention to recent decisions by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board which indicate that the era of being able to trademark top-level domains (such as .com, .gov, .edu, and so on) may be over.
- Summary by FizzLaw Team
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Dot Anything as Dot Descriptive--Registrability of TLD Suffixes