So we used to be Red Devils when I was in high school over 20 years ago. After I graduated in 97, a year or so afterwards, the school dropped the red devils and consolidated with a neighboring school to become cougars. Could I now have the opportunity and permission to trademark the devil logo they... View More
"Trademark" is a noun, not a verb. Trademarks may be REGISTERED (a verb).
Only a USER of a trademark may register it. The application to register a trademark requires submission of a specimen (proof) showing active use of the mark in commerce. The application may be granted only...View More
That code means that the trademark was cancelled due to failing to timely file the proper renewal paperwork. The first trademark renewal is due after the five year anniversary of the registration date, during that fifth year. The second renewal is due ten years after the registration date. Third...View More
We did everything asked from the government site. Replied to the examiner etc. This was during the "Covid ordeal" so no one ever got back with us. Great excuse. Then they just abandoned it as failure to respond even though we did. We still need to get this trademarked. I guess they just... View More
I sell a shirt that says “My Chemical Imbalance” hand drawn in reference to the band, My Chemical Romance. I have looked at their trademark and as far as I can tell, they don’t have the proper trademark to take my listing down unless I am misunderstanding.
Goods and Services IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S: [ ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES IN THE NATURE OF LIVE MUSICAL PERFORMANCES; ] PROVIDING A WEBSITE FEATURING INFORMATION REGARDING [ LIVE PERFORMANCES AND ] MUSIC,...View More
Before you make a shirt and website using any name you should have an IP attorney conduct a clearance search to inform you of the availability of the trademark. The clearance search will locate trademarks that may be problematic for you. It is best to have a clearance search conducted before you...View More
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