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How to Protect, Register and Litigate your Trademark , Brand Name and Logo

A Trademark helps the consumers to identify and buy a good or service because of its nature and quality, indicated by its unique Trademark, to meet their needs. 21 more words

Register your trademark to protect your Company name and Brand name

 
Trademarks are a source of helpfulness for a business. Trademarks discriminate your goods from those of a third party and tell consumers the source of the goods and pass on a message of quality to the consumer. 13 more words

Judge Denied Injunction In Yves Saint Laurent-Saint Laurie Trademark Case

Last week, United States Federal Judge Deborah Batts denied Saint Laurie Ltd’s request to stop Yves Saint Laurent from using “Saint Laurent Paris” trademark on men’s custom made clothing. 612 more words

Fashion Court

Protecting Fashion.

At a recent talk that I gave at the Art Center Collage of Design here in Pasadena, one of the attendees asked how they could protect their budding fashion designs from being purloined.  414 more words

Work And No Play

Apple denied Siri trademark for "social networking services," files appeal

Apple has filed an appeal with the Trademark Office after an examiner turned down an application that would have protected the Siri mark, the company’s voice-activated personal assistant, in the field of “online social networking services.” 216 more words

Squatting on a Trademark

Today I’m going to be talking about an issue raised in last weeks lecture of trademark squatting. I’m going to be looking at a current battle between Penfolds and a notorious squatter in China. 504 more words

Marketing

PUBA trademark successfully opposed

 

A’laa Sanduka filed Israel Trademark Number 257833 “PUBA” for Clothing for youth and womwn (sic), excluding sportwear and footwear.

Puma SE opposed the application. On 3 July 2014, the Applicant for the Opposer requested real costs of 16, 718 Shekels. 262 more words

Israel Patent Office Rulings