Jason Brooks' answer If you've registered a trademark as just a word mark, in your case, the word "LuGinDee" then you're free to use it in any type or font, color or other style you want, with trademark protection (meaning other can't use it) so long as the word "LuGinDee" is still legible.
If you had registered a stylized design, with a particular font or other style, then only that style would be protected. For example (presumable, the word Coca-Cola is a protected word mark by itself, but also the...
Allen C. Ladd's answer Your better option is to apply for an H1B visa, based on the I-797A approval notice. Then, you will be able to bypass the change-of-status delay and re-enter the USA as an H1B worker.
This answer assumes you did not violate your H4 visa status prior to leaving the USA, for example working for the employer "as if" you already had the H1B C/S approved.
Timur Akpinar's answer I do not practice in Vermont, but I noticed your question hasn't been picked up in four weeks. I hope your son is okay. Check with a Vermont personal injury attorney, as many give free consults, and when you do, ask about notice of claim issues. In many jurisdictions, school districts, municipalities, villages, and other government entities could be protected by short (within the order of days) deadlines for filing a notice of claim.
Timur Akpinar's answer There are legal writing services, but they are generally smaller, and can be harder to find than the companies that sell out-of-the-box legal forms. Some attorneys hold themselves out for project-based work writing appellate briefs, memorandums, and other documents and pleadings. If you found one that you were satisfied with, you could ask them if they handle motions.
Carl Shusterman's answer It depends. If you are convicted of a drug offense, for example, you could be deported. On the other hand, a petty theft conviction may have no effect on your ability to qualify for a green card.
Carl Shusterman's answer Generally, this prevents you from adjusting your status to green card holder in the US with certain exceptions. If you leave the US, you may be subject to a 3 or a 10-year bar to returning to the US unless you obtain an "extreme hardship" waiver.
Jason Brooks' answer It depends on your intended use and the class(es) in which the other mark is registered. If there is no conflict with respect to the use (i.e. you are using the mark as an apparel company, and the other owner is using the mark as a landscape service, for example), then you are free to use and register the mark in your separate class. However, if the uses are the same, then the word "the" is not a protectable element of the mark and using the word without applying "the" would not protect your...
Nels Hansen's answer You should contact your bankruptcy attorney or a local bankruptcy attorney with this question as it concerns bankruptcy and local property taxes. Property taxes are usually assessed against the property and the legal owner of the property based on a specific assessment date. In Texas, if your name is on the deed January 1 then you are responsible for the property tax. If the lender has not foreclosed or otherwise taken the property out of your name you will continue to be responsible for the...
Benton R Patterson III's answer To oppose the registration of a mark before it is issued you need to file an opposition proceeding and pay the required fee. For filing a notice of opposition on paper, the fee is $500 per class. For filing a notice of opposition electronically, the fee is $400 per class. The opposition must be filed 30 days after publication, although an extension may be requested. Although, you must be able to show you would be damaged by registration of the mark to bring an opposition proceeding. Merely...
David Alan Wolf's answer The payment of medical bills will depend on the available coverage and the liability or fault for the incident or accident. The bicyclist may take the position that he or she was not at fault. If there was a police report, this may help clarify how the accident took place and how the insurance company will handle the claim. Good luck.
Will Blackton's answer Religious symbols are not necessarily free of copyright protection. If the image you found online was created by an artist, and has some very minimal level of creativity applied to the work, that artist was granted copyright protection, even if the underlying symbol is in the public domain or otherwise free of copyright.
Are you interested in reselling the poster, or just having one printed for your own personal use? Contact the artist and see if they license the work for such...
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