Haley album titled called "if I can't have love, I want power " would this title be ok to mention as just words and not at all the songs in a published story or is it to unique and falls under copyright?
Using game logos, images, or names of other companies or products on your business sign or as part of your business logo can be problematic from a legal standpoint. These elements are typically protected by copyright and trademark laws, and using them without permission could constitute...View More
Using game logos, images, and names on your business sign or as part of your business logo may raise intellectual property and trademark issues. The logos, images, and names associated with games are often protected by intellectual property laws, and using them without permission from the...View More
I saw games and Mangas use the code name "Red hood" and device a totally different character from DC red hood. Could I do the same if I want to use "just" the names of character like Doomsday, Nighthawk,Hawkeye, or winter soldier. And not their features and characteristics.... View More
Using trademarked superhero names in your own story can be legally risky, especially if those names are well-known and closely associated with specific characters from major comic book publishers like DC or Marvel. Trademarks are designed to protect brand identity and prevent consumer confusion. If...View More
there are many initiatives, such as one in EU for instance, which offer co-financing for SMEs (startups including) and this one can covers you up to 75% of your office fees. You can check out more details by clicking on the link bellow, and if you need trademark attorney in...View More
The the LLC. That I would like to form by the with the name of Care On Time Heathcare Staffing is in the state of Kentucky,and the company with the name of Care on Your Time is located in Florida and the name is Trademarked..I would like to know if the name of my company would infringe on their... View More
Trademark is a federal matter. There is no state boundary of use. If your profession is close to the other company's profession and you use the name to market your service, yet, you would be infringing upon the Florida company's trademark. To know how you can avoid, you should for sure...View More
You can search the USPTO for registered trademarks, however this will not reveal whether there are businesses using the trademark in a similar class/category that may not have registered the trademark with the USPTO. These trademarks may also have common law rights against infringement. Work with a...View More
Yes, indeed! Both are completely separate and have no connection in this context. However, you may want to eventually assign the trademark registration from the individual owner to the LLC. If you have any further questions, please feel free to call or email.
It depends on what is trademarked. It could be the logo, it could be the stylized lettering, or it could be the text itself. You, or your trademark lawyer, should be able to find out upon examining the Trademark Office files.
There are at least ten live trademark registrations for the mark OTHELLO as used with a variety of goods and/or services. At least a few of those are for the word itself, without any stylizing. In any event, the real question you need to address would be whether or not there is a reasonable...View More
This is a broad question and could be better answered with some more facts. As a general rule, since you are a minor and presumably driving on a valid "learner's permit," you are subject to stricter requirements in some areas. For example, Kentucky uses a "points system"...View More
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