It certain instances, it would depend on what type of product it is. There is nothing inherently wrong with using the term "baseball" in a product name. And if the product relates to baseballs, this is a generic term, so no one can stop you from using this term. However, it is possible...View More
The term "baseball" is a generic term that describes a well-known sport, so its use in the name of a new product would generally not infringe on anyone's specific trademark rights to that term alone. However, if your product is related to baseball, the name could be deemed...View More
Yes, it is possible to obtain a patent for a new prototype for a protective neck gaiter. A patent is a legal right granted by the government to the inventor of a new and useful invention, which provides the inventor with the exclusive right to make, use, and sell the invention for a limited period...View More
Your friend should contact a patent litigation lawyer for advice. Not engaging in the lawsuit can have serious, permanent consequences as to the determination of your friend’s rights. It is possible that the process server took all required steps to serve your friend, filed affidavits of service,...View More
Generally there are a few routes to take, but common ones can include: (1) obtain an analysis of whether you actually infringe and respond accordingly; (2) negotiate and obtain a license from the patent holder; or (3) invalidate the patent.
I am a non US citizen lives in India and A Patent infringement case has been filed against me and several other US & Non US based sellers for selling online. Is there any way I can write to the Court without hiring a Lawyer to avoid a default judgement as I can't afford an attorney.
Kudos to you for wanting to do the right thing. The answer is that you need to work with a patent attorney to do a freedom-to-operate (sometimes called clearance) search. The attorney or a contractor working for the attorney will look for patents that that have not expired or published...View More
I have filed a provisional US patent 11+ months ago (I have about a week remaining to file full patent). I know in the US there is no way to extend this without loosing my priority date of May 2020. However, can I refile this as a PCT, claiming the May2020 priority date, and then file the full... View More
So I design and print custom sports cards myself and recently I have been getting a lot of interest in them. I understand Panini has the sole rights to create and sell NBA cards. Is there a way to sell the cards I create without infringing on Panini’s rights? I’ve heard altering existing... View More
and hurts people with it. whom can you file suit with if they are trying to not get caught using it but you know they are using it. If we find out who funds it to bring about harm then they deserve a law suit coming their way.
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