Hello, the answer to your question depends various other circumstances such as in which country you are seeking trademark protection, if you are willing to use the lawyer services or not, if you are going to do preliminary trademark search and so on. I advice you to contact IP lawyer and provide...View More
In most jurisdiction there is a law that says that this would be considered as a a breach of non-competition with your employer. You must therefore find a pertinent laws in your country which states what are the restrictions for your profession. Also you need to check out your employment contract...View More
Our product does not have a brand registry on Amazon, and we haven't applied for a patent, and now another brand has put a strike on my three listings. I want a solution; the opponent has a utility patent.
I have come up with a novel formula of herbs that act as a strong stimulant together. I developed it over years to overcome difficulties at jobs and to keep me awake on overnight drives. It is stronger than energy drinks, at least for me.
I'm looking to protect as I seek to profit off its value.
Very hard to say the exact and the only solution for you here. You should discuss this with your local intellectual property lawyer. In general, you can use the institute of trade secret and also carry some legal protection with it. However you need to meet some legal requirements for this and that...View More
In my opinion (dont take this as a final and comprehensive legal advice as I do not have all the details of your case), this would in most countries not considered as IP infringement. You have inspired yourself from the information covered in book however the process itself is your idea (your work)...View More
For instance Jeep has a GLADIATOR model and there is a movie named GLADIATOR. I make laser acrylic emblems for various vehicles. Am I not allowed to make an emblem that says GLADIATOR at all? Or just using the font/logo that they use? Other examples would be Jeeps CHEROKEE and Ford's MUSTANG.... View More
Answer to your question depends on more variables so we can not provide comprehensive question to your pertinent question here. However, trademark is mostly only protected in a territory in which it is registered and valid, and for goods or services that it has listed in the trademark registration....View More
In my opinion, word supernatural is a word with a meaning and many use it in common language. So unless you use it in sense of trademark, then you should be good to go. However if you want to be certain about this, then you should seek a qualified trademark attorney in your area to seek her/his...View More
We noticed a competitor trademarked the PMU/Permanent Makeup keyword. We've been receiving a warning to remove these keywords from our listings. Otherwise, they will take it down. I don't think it's fair to trademark a commonly used term for one's interest. Or can you check what... View More
Trademarks vs. copyrights? I have a business where I create websites and apps. I am not inventing anything new just adding a different take on already existing products. For example, I am doing a mindfulness app for kids. Do I need to trademark everything I do or can I just copyright my work?
Most businesses do at least "bare minimum" in case of trademarking and that means that they try to trademark at least their main business name and their main product name. Even though copyright protection might extend to some of your business outputs, it does not offer you the trademark...View More
there are a few names i am considering for my brand. however, for all of the names i am interested in, the corresponding .com domains are either: in use, in use but forwarded to a different URL, or parked and available for sale at $5k.
I am wondering if i have a registered trademark for... View More
This will not be possible as the domain name registrator would have time priority (he registered his domain sooner than you have registered your trademark) against your trademark even if you succesfuly register your trademark in pertinent jurisdiction. So it is highly recommended to choose...View More
If its a kind of game which is promoted or even trademarked under similar name in the country it is highly recommended to make a research if it will be possible for you to market similar or different product under similar mark. You should definitely consult with a local intellectual property lawyer...View More
I would like to also add that if its design registered in other countries than it can also be trackable through design registry. EUIPO for instance has registry of Community design valid in EU where contact information of design owners can be found.
The most common way to obtain the permission from the person is to write him an official email/letter in which you ask for such permission. You should always seek for written permission (at least in the form of email) for future referrence and eventual disputes.
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... View 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.
Yes, every country has different pricing. If you want to have trademark in USA, then the price will be different than if you want to have trademark both in USA and European Union. For exact list of charges you can check the local industrial property office (USPTO in USA and EUIPO in EU, for...View More
I would like to use the text from a public domain book and print it onto fabric for a project I'm working on. Initially this was to be a personal project, but I'm considering the possibility of using the design for commercial purposes in the future and want to know if it is legal to use... View More
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