Back on December 28, T-ara's former label MBK Entertainment filed an application for the trademark rights to the group's name. However, T-ara's lawyer revealed that MBK's initial application includes a clause which may deny the application's acceptance, as per trademark laws.
As a result, T-ara have filed documents detailing the reasons why MBK's application must be denied. In the case that the application is accepted and not denied, T-ara's legal representative expressed the members' desires to file an official objection to the decision.
Stay tuned for updates.