Last week Tesla CEO Elon Musk declared plans to acquire SolarCity and fold the solar panel installer’s operations into its own business. The offer is contingent on shareholder votes and board approval at both companies, but the EV firm is not waiting for that and has gone ahead with six trademark applications to sell solar products under its “Tesla” brand, reports Electrek.
What do the trademarks cover?
Tesla’s trademark and copyright attorney at Cooley LLP, Ariana Hiscott, filed six new trademark applications for the company June 22, according to filings obtained by Electrek. The applications range from installation and repair of solar panels to solar cells and modules.
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