LSAT Course Provider Asks High Court If ‘Test Masters’ Mark Can Be Trademarked

(September 30, 2016, 9:37 AM EDT) -- WASHINGTON, D.C. — A nationwide LSAT preparation course provider asks the U.S. Supreme Court in a Sept. 13 petition to consider whether an appellate court failed to consider secondary meaning evidence in a trademark infringement lawsuit over the “Test Masters” mark (Robin Singh Educational Services Inc. and Robin Singh v. Test Masters Educational Services Inc., No. 16-353, U.S. Sup.).

(Petition for writ of certiorari available. Document #78-161003-004B.)

The Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled Aug. 21, 2015, that plaintiff Test Masters Services Inc. (TES) failed...
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