It sounds like you have a 1(b) application (filed on an intent-to-use basis). When an application is refused, an applicant can typically do one or both of two things: (1) file an amendment changing the application to meet the examiner's objections; and/or (2) file a formal response, setting...Read more »
I am starting a youtube channel containing instructional and entertaining videos about homebrewing (beer, wine, etc...). The channel will be owned by my parent llc. I'm looking into trademarking the parent companies name and logo. Which class of trademark do i want to use? Class 33 for... Read more »
Arguably, the most crucial pieces of any trademark application are the selection of the appropriate filing classes and the proper description of goods and/or services within those classes. They are also commonly the subject of refusals by the USPTO. I highly recommend consulting a trademark...Read more »
I need a little more information to answer your question. Are you the owner the L3 mark looking to expand your trademark portfolio? Or does another company own the L3 mark, and you're wondering if you can use L3 as a part of a longer mark? Which goods/services are offered under the L3 mark?...Read more »
They say I have to drop the name Diamond from my name because I am operating under their business name and they don't want any confusion because we both sell cosmetics, lip gloss, false eyelashes etc. I think it's bogus because "diamond" and "cosmetics" are common... Read more »
Trademark infringement is similarity in sight or sound for similar goods or services. If the other company has a registered trademark for DIAMOND COSMETICS in connection with makeup, cosmetics, etc., then they are most likely entitled to exclusive, nationwide use of the mark, and your use of the...Read more »
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