answered on Feb 25, 2023
It is possible that "Kidz Kinect" could be a trademark that is owned by someone else for a similar or related product or service. To determine if using "Kidz Kinect" would be trademark infringement, you would need to conduct a trademark search to see if the name is already... Read more »
On the pattern itself, it just says for 18-inch dolls. But in the description and search it states AG 143 Hiking Set - Crochet Pattern for American Girl Dolls
This is for the “PATTERN” only Not the completed item!
Fits the American Girl, Madame Alexander, Springfield, and... Read more »
answered on Sep 15, 2022
Your use of the doll trademark to specify that the pattern fits that doll is "nominative fair use" of the trademark. It is not an infringement since you are not selling dolls or competing with the trademark owner, just informing the pattern market what doll yours fits.
If I got pulled over for expired registration & when I went to the courthouse to show proof of registration, they said that the cop never filed the ticket & that I didn’t have to do anything, not even show proof of registration. I didn’t have to go to my court date, will that still show... Read more »
answered on Feb 23, 2021
Generally dismissed charges aren't going to show on any criminal history or background report. Exceptions to this may be very high level security clearances. Even then, they aren't generally looking for things like renewing your registration a little bit late.
answered on Aug 20, 2020
If you are the author of a literary work, the moment the work is finished copyright protection springs into being without any effort on your part. (other than finishing it). You can immediately mark it with the "C" in a circle.
If you go to the copyright office's website,... Read more »
We have a new slogan we want to trademark - U Mortgage (powered by Siouxland Federal Credit Union)
answered on Oct 10, 2017
Hello. Copyright and trademark are completely different types of protection for different types of intellectual property. A copyright is intended to protect forms of creative expression. We typically think of movies, books, songs, pictures and things like that, though copyrights are also used... Read more »
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