What do you think? Should celebrities be allowed to trademark their children's names?
'Shiloh' is not the most popular baby name in the world, but does obscurity give Angelina Jolie and her daughter Shiloh blah blah blah Jolie-Pitt the right to trademark it?
To protect her daughter's name, Jolie filed a notice of opposition with the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office. "The notice of opposition alleges that you will be damaged by the pending trademark," says Thomas M. Wilentz, a trademark attorney in New York City. "Angelina must feel that people applying for 'Shiloh' need to get her consent."