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Trademarks are Forever

Trademark registrations are the most awesome kind of intellectual property because they can live a long time.

How long?

Really long.

The oldest living registered U.S. 190 more words

FESC: The Supreme Court of Sign Review: Reed and Its Aftermath

Urja Mittal The
Supreme Board of Sign Review: Reed and its Aftermath

Discussant: Enrique Armijo

Armijo says “reaffirmed” and Mittal says “redefined” 1A
doctrine. Facial question of whether the… 1,970 more words

FESC: Trademark Registration and Free Speech

Rebecca Tushnet TheFirst Amendment Walks Into a Bar: Trademark Registration and Free Speech

Presenter: Deven Desai: Latest Trojan Horse in 1A law. §2(a)
allows denial of registration for disparaging marks. 1,492 more words

What is a logo? What is it not?

The term logo is commonly misunderstood outside the graphic arts world.

Sometimes we have had clients ask us to put a “logo” on a sign and then they provide us with an image they obtained from a clipart service. 1,145 more words

The University of Alabama Throws a Penalty Flag on the Use of Houndstooth Logo

By Will Gibbons

Few college football coaches can claim both a legendary record and a unique choice of headwear in the way the late University of Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant can. 385 more words


IP Trademark Presentation Stamford, CT

On April 27, I had the pleasure speaking at the Ferguson Library in Stamford as part of SCORE’s “Intellectual Property: What You Need To Know” Program.   95 more words

Hey Startup! Is your Trademark registered?

Startup is the new buzzword. Ola, Uber, PayTM, Freecharge – have become examples of what start-ups can be. A common thread in each of these is a “unique name”, the brand. 1,263 more words

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