A couple of months ago, I said: Remember that cancellation proceeding against the STITCH & BITCH CAFE mark? No? That’s all right, because not much has happened. Discovery was scheduled to close on August 8. The parties requested an extension … Continue reading
Category Archives: stitch v. bitch
For posterity, and because I haven’t fixed up archive access yet, a listing of all posts in this category is available here.
When we last left our tragic protagonist, she had cowardly booted Ninja slightly northward to be finished off (actually, restarted and completed in its entirety) by the real heroine. Look: photographic evidence (dated August 22) of its completion. Have I … Continue reading
In our continuing story, Deb Stoller has filed a reply [PDF] in the cancellation proceedings. The reply is on-topic, and very restrained. It explains that the amendments that she seeks to make couldn’t have been made earlier, because the discovery … Continue reading
I grabbed this then forgot about it. After the jump (cut for the sensitive), a portion of the webpage at stitchnbitch.com, circa March 28, 2006. The links have been reordered since then.
A response to Stoller’s motion to amend the petition to cancel has been filed. Not surprisingly, SFSE objects to the proposed amendment. Some levity, more backstory, a public appeal(?), then the substantive argument… Let’s dispense with the levity first. This response … Continue reading
Hey, look, there have been developments in everybody’s favourite trademark dispute. Deb Stoller has filed a motion to amend her petition to cancel SFSE’s trademark to add new grounds. The parties have been going forward with discovery–interrogating each other’s representatives … Continue reading
Yes, it’s time for another post about everybody’s favourite two words sandwiching a conjunction. It looks like SFSE has been busy appealing to public opinion. Their forum banner points out that the Stitch & Bitch Cafe has been online since … Continue reading
Apparently Sew Fast/Sew Easy has extended the Yahoo terms of service campaign. It seems that now it is objectionable to either use the acronym SNB, or to use a “stitch and bitch” phrase in the description text, not the title, … Continue reading
Some enterprising individual has decided to register stitchnbitch.ca and bitchnstitch.ca, and is offering them for sale on eBay (with a modest profit built in). I’m not certain what point this seller is trying to make, if indeed there is a … Continue reading