Hi, the cost depends on the country you would like to apply for your trademark. For instance, if you would like to apply for trademark at Dubai, it would be very expensive and you won't be able to do it via WIPO.
My logo and theirs is similar we both use word grounded , both have roots but different and mine come from tree forming the word grounded. Theirs is a coffee cup with word grounded above and roots inside cup. Can they come after me since they r copyrighted and say I stole from them
Hi, you description of the issue seems you are talking about trademark rather than copyright. If you are concerning about use of similar logo, you may consider not only how similar the logo (the mark) is, but also the service/goods that you both deal with in the commerce.
I Dont Have Any TradeMark register, I'm interest to do it, and basically get my logo protect and my others logos for my respective names of projects (talking About Record Label, Graphics,And Music Productions)
Clothing namely, shorts,caps, hat, jerseys,blouses, shirts, T-shirts,
Hi, a trademark can last forever, as long as you are using it in the commerce and renew it with the Office. Around every 5 years, you need to file Declaration of Use and every ten years you need to "renew" it with the USPTO.
Hi, yes. First, when you create a book or a piece of art on your own idea, technically you have the copyright. However you can also register it with the US Copyright Office in order to enforce your right, i.e. suing other people if they fringe on your right. It is simple and you don't need a lawyer...Read more »
There are tons of people online selling popular phrases on printables, mugs, etc. -- things like "Dream big" and "Hello" and "Travel is good for the soul." Can you trademark words/phrases in a fancy font? Are simple ones like that in the public domain and free game? Or can you only trademark things... Read more »
Hey this is not silly. It depends. Not all title can be protected under trademark law. But like title of series of book can be registrable. Also if you would like to use it in other products/goods/services as well, it may be registrable. You have to look at the information you presented at the blog...Read more »
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