My school was named Philadelphia University but we recently merged with another college and are now named Jefferson. Would I be able to print the old name and logo (Philadelphia University) on shirts and sell them?
You can find out if someone owns a live trademark on "Philadelphia University" by searching the United States Patent and Trademark Office's Trademark Electronic Search System. Pennsylvania also has a state trademark registration system, so search there also. If someone owns the...Read more »
I want to make cover photos and profile pictures for my friends on FB using a few kits I bought online that sort of resemble disney characters, I contacted disney and they told me to contact an attorney/lawyer to see if my proposed use may run afoul of any laws. I have examples of what I want to do... Read more »
you may have a claim regardless of copywrite based on the contract. But you really should have an artists rights/copywright attorney look over your paperwork. Quantum meruit, unjust enrichment are other possibilities. Don't count on attorneys fees.Within the discretion of the court. Get a...Read more »
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