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BRANDING IDEAS TO CONSIDER IN 2020

BRANDING IDEAS TO CONSIDER IN 2020

[23-June-20 22:12:04]
Search the Trademark Before Using it 6.7 Million trademarks applications have been filed at the USPTO. Avoid using a name that is descriptive or already...
Do I Need a Copyright or a Patent?

Do I Need a Copyright or a Patent?

[16-June-20 0:42:03]
What is a copyright? Copyrights protect original works of art. This includes architectural drawings, photographs, books, songs, movies, software codes, etc. Copyrights give their owner...
USPTO launches COVID-19 Response Resource Center

USPTO launches COVID-19 Response Resource Center

[12-June-20 15:47:45]
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has launched the COVID-19 Response Resource Center to provide stakeholders and other interested parties with improved access...
What is a trademark?

What is a trademark?

[14-May-20 23:23:36]
Are you interested in using a new name as your trademark? A few of the questions provided below will help you understand trademarks. Filing a...
How to Discuss Your Idea With a Patent Attorney

How to Discuss Your Idea With a Patent Attorney

[28-April-20 17:53:51]
The Patent Attorney would require a complete disclosure of your invention. This can include sketches, write-ups, photos, drawings, etc. Provide all of the information in...
Patent Office Notices Regarding COVID-19

Patent Office Notices Regarding COVID-19

[3-April-20 20:31:27]
Please find here updates from the United States Patent and Trademark Office during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. USPTO announces extension of certain patent and trademark-related...
Sound Marks

Sound Marks

[10-March-20 19:20:40]
A sound mark identifies and distinguishes a product or service through audio rather than visual means. Sound marks function as source indicators when they “assume a definitive shape or...
TRADEMARK “USE” IN COMMERCE

TRADEMARK “USE” IN COMMERCE

[3-March-20 17:05:07]
TRADEMARK “USE” IN COMMERCE The term “use in commerce” means the bona fide use of a mark in the ordinary course of trade, and not...