In Part 1 of this series (Trademarks – Part 1), we introduced trademarks and how they work, in general. In Part 2, we’re going to discuss the registration process. So if you’re already in business and profiting from your name and mark, then why register? Because registration creates a presumption that you were the first…

We spoke about trademarks in our prior post here, which discussed what a trademark is compared to the other types of intellectual property. Here, we plan on going a little deeper into one specific area of trademark law.   Trademark Components Trademarks can have several components to them: (1) the literal element (AKA, words); (2)…

Do you know what a trademark is? Some legal terms can be confusing, and the differences between trademarks, patents, and copyrights can be unclear. Trademarks, patents, and copyrights are all distinct concepts within intellectual property, and they all serve different purposes. Let’s talk more about trademarks. Trademark Defined A trademark or service mark is a…


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