To regain a trademark that was previously in your name, the first step is to understand how and why the trademark is no longer under your ownership. If the trademark was inadvertently abandoned or transferred to someone else, the specific circumstances will dictate the course of action.
To determine if "Splash Bag" is trademarked, you should conduct a thorough search of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) database or other relevant sources to check for existing registrations or pending applications for the term "Splash Bag." This search will...View More
I want to start a podcast called gun stories (pretty generic name.). When I do a trademark search, there's a documentary called gun stories. Our podcast is interviewing people about their stories about guns. The documentary was about the history of guns.
Yes, you can, but if your podcast is deemed confusingly similar to the prior uses then you may be approached to change the name or reduce the chance of confusion. And, by the way, doing a trademark search is not the best way to see if there's a conflicting usage of the name. The purpose of a...View More
The worksheet came from a book. The copyright page states: “Purchasers of this book have permission to copy worksheets and boxes, where indicated by footnotes, for personal use or use with individual clients. These worksheets and boxes may be copied from the book or accessed directly from the... View More
The copyright page of the book that contains the worksheet in question states that purchasers of the book have permission to copy the worksheet for personal use or use with individual clients, but may not distribute it on intranet or internet sites, or make it available for resale. However, it is...View More
I have no affiliation with this company. I wrote them and told them what they did was not right and they blocked me. my business is licensed, I have the contract for the photos and I was the model.Those photos they stole are 5 photos and my words used in two different ADs.
Someone familiar with the rules governing paralegals in Hawaii should answer your question, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a general matter without regard to jurisdiction, paralegals can perform many functions, such as research, preparing forms, investigating claims, etc. Paralegals...View More
That is a common event. It depends on what the contracts and other documents say. You definitely need major legal representation.
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