I will be using this name to represent myself in front of an audience and may create logos with this name tied along. I will not be using the actual Dreamworks character in the branding. Thank you for answering.
I want to make t-shirts with the box logo, but without the word "supreme." I am making shirts with simular (looks exactly the same) font with the same red but it says "Winga." Is this illegal? I am also making shirts with other colors.
Non final rejection. Can I answer changing type of attachment peices I use on my product . They are placed in the same area on prior art, but I only use 3,making it much easier to use. they use 8 components. My product serves a different purpose than theirs. Their product cannot work... Read more »
I'm an amateur comic book artist and I was thinking about writing a similar plot from a TV show, but using MY characters instead and possibly putting in little different aspects. Will that be safe to do without permission or no?
We are a towing company, and we use different key words phrases on our website. One of them is Miami Towing, for better search traffic from google. We received a letter from Miami Towing company that has a trademark of that phrase. They have recently filled for it. Am i braking law using it?
I am a graphic designer and I designed a vector graphic illustration inspired by a famous film character in a famous scene - I used a photograph as a reference but the work has been done completely from scratch by myself - I wonder if I can sell the design placed on t-shirts AND if I can refer to... Read more »
I am creating an online course about selling on Amazon and my sharing my personal experience and tips to students. I do not sell any physical products that Amazon.com sells. I am only selling a digital product that I created on my own. The digital product is to educate other people how to start... Read more »
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