Utah is possibly one of the most misunderstood states in the nation. And it stays quiet, remaining out of the headlines, despite being one of the most hard-working and wealthiest states in the U. Is it all rosy in the Beehive State?
The Park Rag, and this website, have been credited as the first media source to call-out Vail's use of the Park City name and the trademark issues associated with it. However, we weren't really first. It ain't easy going against the King of the MTN.
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Ah, skiing. The crisp mountain air, the rhythmic weave down the slopes, the mouth-agape scenery, the connection with nature. The lift lines, the terrible grooming, the unkempt lifties, and dear sweet lord, the prices! Ya know, there should be a place for disgruntled skiers to air out the dirty laundry of a tainted ski experience.
Taking it down verbally is a rite of passage in many mountain communities. Vail, there is no doubt, brings much of this on itself. But before you grab a torch and join the lynch mob, I have something to tell you.
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Since then, Vail has connected the two resorts, resulting in the most skiable acreage for any ski area in the United States at over 7, acres. However, on May 10,the trademark application received initial approval application is published for opposition from the USPTO examining attorney. By virtue of being published for opposition, a 30 day window opened up, allowing for any party—whether that be a Park City government official, local business or individual—who believes it may be damaged by registration of the trademark to do the following: File an opposition to registration or request to extend the opposition time with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
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