As a game developer interested in creating a game similar to "CUSTOM ROBO," you should proceed with caution. It's advisable to consult with a legal expert in IP law to ensure that your game does not infringe upon any remaining rights held by Nintendo. Even if the trademark is...View More
If your domain name is marked as abandoned, it's crucial to understand what that means in the context of domain registration and ownership. Typically, a domain is marked as abandoned when it has expired and has not been renewed by the owner within the grace period provided by the domain...View More
In the United States, scanning copyrighted books for archival purposes, even for personal use, falls under the scope of copyright law. Copyright law typically protects original works of authorship, including books, for the lifetime of the author plus 70 years.
If Instagram is denying your trademark request, it's crucial to review the submission. Ensure that all the documentation you're providing is accurate and complete. This includes proof of your registered trademark and any evidence of its use in commerce.
In order to use an abandoned trademark as your business name it is best practice to register the mark with the USPTO. In order to register a mark with the USPTO you must file an application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. You can file the mark online in the proper class of goods...View More
I am making a commercial for our company that does paint restoration on vehicles. In the advertisement we show a multitude of vehicles from a distance. Including a Range Rover, Infiniti, GMC, Dodge etc. We make no mention of partnerships or claims of poor quality, just show some before and after... View More
In Washington, as in most states, the use of manufacturer emblems in advertising can be a complex issue, primarily governed by trademark laws. The key consideration here is whether the use of these emblems could potentially cause confusion or imply an endorsement or affiliation with the vehicle...View More
Ondrej, your situation involves complex legal issues related to intellectual property and the right of publicity. When it comes to using a famous person's likeness, name, or image for commercial purposes, such as selling products with their engraved face and name, you may face legal...View More
Publishing California court transcripts as a book, particularly when they have been broadcast by Court TV, involves several legal considerations. Firstly, court transcripts generally fall into the public domain, especially if they are official records from a public trial. However, this does not...View More
I would like to ask what I can do when my former partner in the company stole the software and registered a patent only for himself? The software belongs to a Slovak company in which he was a partner, but the court canceled his partnership. Is it possible to challenge this patent or file a request... View More
If your former partner registered a patent on software that was developed within your Slovak company and without including you or the company as co-owners, you have several options to consider. The first step would be to gather all evidence that demonstrates your contribution and the company's...View More
Trademark filing fees are between $250-$350 per trademark per class. Also, it is recommended that you conduct a clearance search of your proposed trademark prior to beginning the registration process in order to review any trademarks currently in use that may be confusingly similar to your...View More
The cost to trademark a therapy approach involves several fees.
First, the filing fee for a federal trademark application through the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) typically ranges from $250 to $350 per class of goods or services. The cost depends on the filing basis...View More
In order to register a trademark you must file an application with the USPTO. Depending on the application the filing fees with the USPTO cost approximately $250-$350. It may be helpful to hire a trademark attorney to assist with filing the mark and guiding you through the process with the USPTO....View More
I have created a gpt in ai to produce images of Formula 1 race teams and various formula 1 race locations such as Las Vegas or Monte Carlo. Each image is 100% unique. These images appear to be the actual race car and location, though they are not exact matches.......... but they are close. I would... View More
Creating and selling images that closely resemble Formula 1 race teams and locations, even if they are unique and generated by an AI, can still raise copyright and trademark concerns. Copyright laws protect original works of authorship, including images, and trademarks protect brand...View More
This sounds like a typical predatory patent troll activity. It's disgusting and you should not assume it's legitimate. There people have no scruples. As a patent attorney it makes my stomach turn to hear these sort of stories.
Let's get a PATENT lawyer involved here.... one...View More
You need to have a patent attorney look at your product and the claims of the patent. For your product to infringe, there needs to be at least one independent claim where every limitation in at least one independent claim (every noun, verb, relationship, etc.) is present in your product....View More
In 2017 Activision didn't renew a licensing deal they had with Marvel so they had to take down all of their Marvel games they had published. So I wanted to know if it would still be illegal to download any of those games through a website even though there is no possible way to get those games... View More
Whether a company has renewed a licensing deal or not, it is still illegal to pirate a game. The expiration of a licensing deal, such as the one between Activision and Marvel, affects the company's ability to sell or distribute the game, but it does not affect the copyright status of the game....View More
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