Watch out for Trademark Solicitations!
201812.06
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Watch out for Trademark Solicitations!

What is a trademark-related solicitation? A solicitation is an offer of services, or a notice of an upcoming filing deadline with an offer of services, usually requiring a fee. Private companies often use trademark application and registration information from USPTO databases to mail or email trademark-related solicitations to trademark applicants and registrants. While these solicitations…

HyperSolar Granted Critical Patent for Producing Low Cost Renewable Hydrogen
201810.16
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HyperSolar Granted Critical Patent for Producing Low Cost Renewable Hydrogen

Source: HyperSolar, Inc,  October 16, 2018  US patent protects the use of solar-powered water-splitting nanoparticles, which are key to the company’s economical hydrogen generation technology SANTA BARBARA, CA, Oct. 16, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HyperSolar, Inc. (OTCQB:HYSR), the developer of a breakthrough technology to produce renewable hydrogen, using sunlight and any source of water, today announced…

Is Your Trademark Confusingly Similar to Your Competitor?
201810.10
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Is Your Trademark Confusingly Similar to Your Competitor?

Relatedness of Goods and/or Services Even if two marks are found to be confusingly similar, a likelihood of confusion will exist only if the goods and/or services upon which or in connection with the marks are used are, in fact, related. Whether the goods and/or services are related is determined by considering the commercial relationship…

Is a trademark application right for you?
201803.07
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Is a trademark application right for you?

SOURCE: USPTO.GOV Is a trademark application right for you? Trademarks, patents, copyrights, domain names, and business name registrations all differ, so it is important to learn whether a trademark is appropriate for you. A trademark typically protects brand names and logos used on goods and services. A patent protects an invention. A copyright protects an…

Avoid Fraudulent USPTO Trademark Filings
201708.28
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Avoid Fraudulent USPTO Trademark Filings

A registration is subject to cancellation for fraudulent statements. Therefore, you must ensure that all statements made in filings to the USPTO are accurate, as any inaccuracies may result in the cancellation of a trademark registration. For example, the lack of a bona fide intention to use the mark with all goods and/or services listed…

USPTO Mission of Innovation
201707.10
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USPTO Mission of Innovation

Fostering innovation, competitiveness and economic growth, domestically and abroad to deliver high quality and timely examination of patent and trademark applications, guiding domestic and international intellectual property policy, and delivering intellectual property information and education worldwide, with a highly skilled, diverse workforce. The United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) mission is anchored in Article…

Protect Your Innovation: Avoid Scams
201706.21
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Protect Your Innovation: Avoid Scams

Protect Your Innovation: Avoid Scams Are you looking for help in getting patent protection and/or marketing services for your invention? Are you considering contracting with a company that promises to help you secure a patent and market your invention? If so, there are three very important steps you should take before signing a contract for…

Unintentional Abandonment
201705.22
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Unintentional Abandonment

Did you miss the deadline for responding to an office action or pay a maintenance fee? Don’t despair; you’ve got options. Before December 18, 2013, applicants who missed the deadline for responding to an office action but wanted to continue prosecuting their application would have filed a petition to the Commissioner for Patents requesting that…

Should I file a provisional patent application
201705.15
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Should I file a provisional patent application

Should I file a provisional patent application? Source: USPTO.GOV Rob Hodge, Office of Innovation Development One of the most frequent questions independent inventors ask is whether they should file a provisional patent application. But there is no surefire answer. Every situation is unique, and what works for one inventor might not work for another. Only…