stated that he would not charge me if he found it in the car. I pilot told him not 2 search my car, stating the last time they illegaly searched they open all the antique 'key chucks' that were sealed never opened. around 30 or so. Anyway They done an enventory search but no pot... View More
This application is dead, having been abandoned in March 2023 for failure to respond to an office action in August 2022 noting that "applicant's mark, INREST, is confusingly similar to the registered mark, INNEREST." A new application for the same mark would fail for the same reason.
To file a lawsuit for the Right of Publicity in the Los Angeles Superior Court, you typically need to draft a complaint that outlines the specific facts of the case, including how the defendant violated your client's right of publicity. While you may include elements of intellectual property...View More
There are several federal trademark registrations of marks including WATSON, which is a surname. IBM does not have an exclusive right to the word, and does not have a registration in the category for financial services, so you should be able to register WATSONX.
There are numerous HEAVEN ON EARTH trademark registrations that have been abandoned. There are also numerous HEAVEN ON EARTH trademark registrations/applications that are live. Each trademark is registered in one or more "classes" (categories of good services). If you are looking to...View More
A lot will depend on whether your modified protocol is legally "obvious" or not. Here, the legal question is if the modification would appear apparent to a person of average skill in the art (here, "average skill" in biotech is Ph.D. level).
So in 2018, the Trump Admin attacked me in a federal lab in Pittsburgh. I had to flee. Then my house was raided by a SWAT team. I fled into hiding in Amish country Ohio. Then the Trump Admin disguised my patented technology as a non-patented technology and gave it to Saudi Aramco and the... View More
I am sorry to hear about your tribulations, but regarding the patent: you do not own the patent. You assigned your rights to the invention to the Deparment of Energy in December 2012, after the patent application was filed but before the patent issued.
There were two video games subtitled "It's About Time" in the 2010s decade, Electronic Arts' Plants vs. Zombies 2 upon its initial release in 2013, and Null Reference Games LLC's Cars with Guns: It's About Time in 2017, yet Activision was able to file a registration... View More
Regardless of what marks were in use, Activision was able to register this because no one else registered this mark for video games. If another party used a similar mark for video games before them, and that other party is still using that mark for video games, they could file a cancellation...View More
I want to find out if I could use the device to expand on the design and technology in it more so to future proof it and lessen environmental effects on the planet from landfill pollution of electronics.
Harman owns many patents. Typically, if someone has one or more patent(s) on a particular product, that product (or its packaging or labeling) will list the patent number somewhere (or else will identify a website that does), because the owner of the patent(s) cannot collect damages for...View More
Sayings or phrases themselves cannot be patented; patents cover inventions and processes. However, sayings can be trademarked or copyrighted, depending on the context. If a saying is trademarked or copyrighted, you would need permission or a license to use it in your design to avoid infringement.
You should speak with a Florida Attorney if this is in the State of Florida, if you are a do it yourself type person, you can go to Sunbiz.org, Florida Department of State website and see what needs to be done. Depending on how long it has been inactive, you may or may not be able to get it. No...View More
The phrase "Dolce Vita" is a common Italian term that means "sweet life," and it has been used in various contexts, from the name of a film to brands and products. However, its usage in a business name might depend on various factors like trademark registrations and the industry...View More
It means another party filed a cancellation proceeding, which is a legal proceeding that attempts to cancel the mark on one or more grounds. In this particular case, it looks like that cancellation proceeding ended in December 2022. The cancellation request was denied, meaning that it is still a...View More
The painting kit has 3 random drawn rocks of anything. Of which 1 could be an outline of a BLUEY character (All pictures are hand drawn). The kit is advertised as a rock painting kit with no mention of what the pictures are.
If you're using a copyrighted character like BLUEY in a commercial product like a painting kit, even if hand-drawn, you could be infringing on the copyright of the character's creators. Copyright laws generally protect original works of authorship, including characters in many instances....View More
If an application for a mark is abandoned, you are free to just file your own application for that mark. If you are already using the mark in commerce, you can file a use application. If not, but you plan to in the near future, you can file an intent-to-use application.
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