Kobe Bryant’s family has filed three new trademark applications since his tragic passing.
The filings were made by Kobe Bryant, LLC, an entity that was created just a few months ago.
The most recent application was filed on June 6 for a logo that consists of Kobe’s signature, the number 24 and his name in print. It was filed on an intent-to-use basis, meaning that Kobe Bryant, LCC plans to use the mark in association with a mobile app, a clothing brand, television programs, and the licensing of intellectual property. The entity also filed a trademark application for his name on its own to be used with the same list of goods and services
A third trademark in the shape of a gold seal was submitted on May 14. The logo is intended to be used on trading cards, stationary, temporary tattoos, clothing, basketballs, exercise bands, fitness balls, toys, balloons, bobble heads and more.
As for Kobe Bryant’s final trademark application before his passing, the “MAMBACITA” trademark was recently approved by the USPTO and published for opposition. If Kobe’s family hopes to use the trademark of his daughter’s nickname, they will likely have its registration soon.
Our Gerben Trademark Library has a full list of all the trademarks owned by Kobe Bryant.