Developer is having financial issues and has begun selling our drawings to buyers of their lots and allowing them to bring in their own construction company to build house. This was not our agreement. We have no control over the construction phase using our drawings which may or may not be latest... View More
In June 2017 I was president (in name only) of a company located in Phoenix Arizona. In April 2017 the company took out a $10,000 loan for business purposes, however, in June 2017 the company ceased doing business.
The loan was from a company in California. The loan was issued in April 2017... View More
You should have a paid consultation with an attorney who can explain to you the process. You can do searches yourself at USPTO or google, and USPTO also offers articles and videos that explain the process. Best luck.
I was told I would be paid a commission fee and a percentage of revenue. I only received the commission and was told I would not get my percentage. The exact role I had was the lead animator. I took the animations from one program and edited them before importing them into the game engine. In... View More
IC 029 states "prepared meals consisting primarily of meat substitutes".. my product is plant-based snack consist of plant-based deli, cheese, and crackers (AKA Vegan Lunchables). So should I file a TEAS Plus with class 029 or TEAS Standard?
My business name is The Business Clinic and the only live trademark I could find is listed as "THE BUSINESS + CLINIC RX FOR SUCCESS". There have been other "The Business Clinic" filings but all are now shown as Dead. Before I do the filing, however, I'd appreciate knowing... View More
I have a copyright application submitted for a phrase that I intend to sell on hats, shirts, stickers and cups. Do I need to submit a copyright request for separate categories since I intend to sell it on different types of items? I am being told that stickers are a different category from... View More
if i wanted to download a movie with no intent to profit or distribute it and only use it for personal use, would it be legal piracy?, from my understanding its the intent to profit and distribute that causes problems
It's a drawing ,not a picture, and the words "grumpy cat" doesn't appear anywhere on the drawing. Can i use my drawing to print it on shirts and stuff, do i need to avoid using the words "grumpy cat" or is it forbidden to use any image related to "grumpy cat"?
Our game is ready to be released soon, the trademark process can be complex, and I wanted to seek the advice of a qualified trademark attorney to ensure my application on the USPTO website is handled correctly. Thanks for your time
You should consult with an attorney. You should discuss the names, brands you want to protect previous to launch and apply for the ones with a best chance before the launch of the product. Give yourself about 12 months for the whole process.
I managed a construction industry training program for installers. We marketed training, coordinated venues & delivered the training. I used a Facebook page I started for the purpose. This was approved and accepted by association for 15 years. I took pictures of classes, students with their... View More
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