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Christian Guzman launched UP Energy Drink and is being sued by UPTIME Energy Drink for trademark infringement. Marc Lobliner gives his opinion on how this will all play out.

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  1. WOW ONE OF YOUR LUCKY 327,000 SUBSCRIBERS GETS A $50 GIFT CARD? THATS SO NICE IF YOU BRO THANKS 🙂 MEANWHILE CHRISTIAN GUZMAN IS OUT HERE GIVING LIKE $1000 TO ABOUT 30 OF HIS SUBSCRIBERS FOR WINNING HIS FREE ENTRY CONTEST. (Don't quote me on the numbers but it was somewhere around there) YOU SOUND LIKE A BIG HATER JUST MAKING A VIDEO LIKE THIS HAPPY DEEP DOWN THAT HES GETTING SUED.

  2. That doesn't even include the MTV Up! energy drink for sale in the UK… the lack of research done is ridiculous and embarrassing on his part. Especially since UPTIME Energy seems to be everywhere nowadays.

  3. Judge Walker needs to allow the plaintiffs to amend their complaint. They have misidentified CG's company and are suing an entity that does not exist according to the Business Registrar for the Texas Attorney General. For $450 an hour I can help Mssrs. Vale and Jeffrey with stuff like that!

  4. Oh boy guzman will learn the hoops of business real quick he reminds me of myself and about every smart ass newbie who thinks they can prototype and concept every name and design on the moon.I was waiting for this to happen and he even wants to trademark projectx lmao what a character.The good thing is we have one less chlorine diabetic supplement off the streets for our children.

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