Can I create a brand that's named Max Level Gear or Max-Level Gear for a gaming clothing brand? I searched online and it seems someone is using Max Level Apparel for a gaming clothing brand. So is that infringing on them? We are selling similar things but my name is slightly different.
The slight difference in the marks is not significant, so either could claim infringement for use on similar goods, but the deciding factor in which one prevails over the other is which use was prior in time.
I have a live trademark for class 025 but the website i've created also offers goods/services under class 035, 041, and 009. I noticed someone filed for class 041 but their description does not infringe on what I'm doing. However considering my website is a community with in person... Read more »
Thats a highly complicated question (questions) and you should definitely seek intellectual property lawyer to duly analyze the details of your case. There is no right answer here as it depends on further variables that you will need to provide in order to get qualified advice.
I have a good case against both Google and Netflix with much documentation and screenshot images. Netflix uses my name on their cartoon, Bojack Horseman, where they've placed it on the marquee of an abortion clinic slurring my registered USPTO TM. They call it "freedom of expression"... Read more »
These types of questions are always very complex and fact-specific. And there are always many gray areas. Before any reasonable attorney can tell you whether they are willing to fight Google and Netflix on your behalf, there are MANY additional questions that will need to be asked and answered, and...Read more »
I have not seen the Will but according to court documents, the property was named the Mourhess Family Trust and my brother was named as the Trustee. Before my mother died (she was in ill health) she sold both properties to my brother for $1 total, without me knowing about it. After she died, my... Read more »
My working company suddenly received a warning letter on 1 of the product infringement issue from other company . The product patent registered name was go under the other company that they work in partners together for 1 of the products promoting business between them . The patents right still... Read more »
I am a non US citizen lives in India and A Patent infringement case has been filed against me and several other US & Non US based sellers for selling online. Is there any way I can write to the Court without hiring a Lawyer to avoid a default judgement as I can't afford an attorney.
I do not see a patent issue here. Your list of legal topics did not include trademarks which is most likely the form of intellectual property that you should consider. For purposes of providing an introduction to vocabulary and not as a source of legal advice -- you could start with...Read more »
A college class I'm taking requires groups to create and present an entire social media campaign to a nonprofit organization. Each group has a different theme. We've been working on this for three weeks because of the amount of work -- it's an entire social media activation. I have... Read more »
It would be used for a printing company name, not an automobile name. My assumption is it can't be copyrighted or reserved as a general word since it is a type of ship of war in common parlance. Thank you,
Your question remains open under the Business Law/Formation categories. At this point, you could try reposting and adding the following categories - Trademarks, Copyrights, Intellectual Property. "Copyright" is in the main menu. You'll see "Trademarks" and...Read more »
I am an independent contractor providing creative services to my client. In our agreement, I included a section in which my client represents that all of their creative materials I may be using, modifying, repurposing, etc., are the property of my client OR that my client has permission to use... Read more »
First you should bring to the client's attention that a dispute may exist regarding whether the materials from the former contractor are "works for hire", and ask whether the former contractor's engagement contained a written provision to that effect. Ask for a copy of that...Read more »
If an online seller got sued because of THE PARTNERSHIPS and UNINCORPORATED ASSOCIATIONS IDENTIFIED ON SCHEDULE A with more than 700 sellers. In these kind of cases, what is the approximate cost of defending the case for an Individual seller. As we understand fee might differ from Lawyer to Lawyer,... Read more »
The name used in the movie is “Koriko” while I’ll use “Corico City”. The cities won’t be similar in any way. I wanted to use the name to pay homage to the movie, but am worried about copyright infringement. Thank you!
Documents including operating templates created by myself all on my personal laptop not issued through the business. All budgets and analysis's have been created on my laptop. Are any of these documents legally my property considering I created it all from scratch on my laptop.
The image on the transparency/slide appears to be one that was NOT selected for publishing by the original photographer. The slide that I own (Slide A) depicts the first picture in a sequence of at least two images taken a few seconds apart. Slide B (the second image in the sequence) was published... Read more »
The prospective buyer lawyer put a notice of pendency on my property based on the fact that the survey company was not allowed onto the property but then I complied and allow the survey on my property an extended extensions of closing dates and they still have not closed
There's a section here with the heading "Patents (Intellectual Property)." You could try reposting and adding that as a category. There's no guarantee all questions are picked up, but your post remains open for two weeks. Some questions do go unanswered in the end, but in that...Read more »
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