A trademark is a word, phrase, or logo that identifies the source of goods or
services. Trademark law protects a business' commercial identity or brand by ...
Overview of Trademark Law. 1. What is a trademark? 2. What sources of law
govern trademarks? 3. What prerequisites must a mark satisfy in order to serve as
Trademark law governs the use of a device (including a word, phrase, symbol,
product shape, or logo) by a manufacturer or merchant to identify its goods and to
See Qualitex v. Jacobsen Products Co., Inc., 514 U.S. 159 (1995). In recent years
, trademark law has expanded to include trade dress and antidilution protection ...
Answer: It is not necessary to register to practice before the Patent and Trademark
Office ( USPTO ) in trademark law
matters. Any attorney admitted in a U.S. state or territory can practice before the trademark
side of the PTO. Non-lawyers can practice only in the li... More »
Nov 4, 2014 ... Domestic and international rulemaking and law enforcement.
Jul 11, 2015 ... 2.32 Requirements for a complete trademark or service mark application. ....
PATENTS, TRADEMARKS, AND OTHER NON-PATENT LAW.
Questions, processing timelines, the Trademark Manual ..... state registrations,
and “common law” unregistered trademarks—all done before you file your.
Feb 25, 2015 ... A person with legal authority to bind the owner;; A person with firsthand
knowledge of the facts and actual or implied authority to act on behalf of ...
Okay you came up with a great business name or logo. You want to use it as your
company's trademark (or service mark if you offer services).