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Q: Clarification regarding trademarks

Hi *** I would like to use the world 'lucky girl' / 'lucky girl vibe' / 'lucky girl club' / on coffee mugs, balloons, notebooks, dog collars & dog cloth as Merchandises to sale at Etsy (The shop has many other products) // the words 'lucky girl' appears as a registered mark in the niche of hotels at USA // I am a photographer // The supplier is in the USA and the store website is intended for worldwide *** all the best

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: Using the terms "lucky girl," "lucky girl vibe," or "lucky girl club" on coffee mugs, balloons, notebooks, dog collars, and dog clothes as merchandise may potentially raise trademark concerns since "lucky girl" is already registered as a mark in the hotel niche in the USA. It is important to conduct a comprehensive trademark search and consult with a trademark attorney to assess potential conflicts and determine the availability of the terms for your specific merchandise. They can provide professional advice tailored to your situation and help ensure compliance with trademark laws.

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