answered on Apr 7, 2022
Book titles cannot be registered as Federal trademarks unless they are attached to a series of books or editions. Titles also cannot be copyrighted.
Here, you are proposing, however, to write a book with a title that shared with an extremely famous book: The Hero's Journey by Joseph... Read more »
answered on Jun 8, 2019
Whether you may legally use it is not related to its registration status. You should consult a trademark attorney. You may schedule a free call on my website. ahajiamos.com
Fyre Festival trade mark abandoned? I would not use the word festival.
answered on Mar 19, 2019
depends on the scope of the use and whether it will confuse people as of what you are doing vis a vis a registered or established commercial mark.
I will be starting a business making the juice for e vapes and the different flavors were gonna come in a different base color for the bottle but the general design would stay the same. Would I need to trademark each flavor because of the different base color or just the business name and mascot?... Read more »
answered on Jan 2, 2018
It depends on how much protection you want for your brand. If you want to prevent other people from using each individual color for the specific juice, then you would need to trademark each bottle design. Although, doing so could be expensive to obtain and maintain. If you only want to prevent... Read more »
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