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u.s. trademark law
Information On U.S. Trademark Specimens Of Use, “Actual Use” & “Intent-To-Use” Applications By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. In the United States, trademark rights in a mark are based on “actual use” of the name in commerce; consequently, an owner must actually be utilizing the mark in commerce for the particular goods or services in order...
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U.S. Trademark Protection For Slogans, Catchphrases & Tag LinesBy Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Trademark law grants the owner of a particular mark the exclusive right to use a mark to differentiate the goods or services provided by them from those provided by another business or individual.  It functions as an identifier of the source of...
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A Look At Trademark Infringement In The U.S.By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Trademark law provides the exclusive right to use a mark to differentiate the goods or services of one person or business from those of another. A trademark commonly includes a word, phrase, logo, design or a combination of these, which are used in relation...
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.Trademark Law 101: Trademark Renewals For Marks Registered In The U.S. By Jeffrey E. Jacobson, Esq. & Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. After a trademark application has been successfully prosecuted and registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (U.S.P.T.O.), the owner still has on-going obligations, including the duty to preserve the registration in an...
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A Brief Look at Trademarks & The Principal vs. Supplemental Register By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. One constant question posed by clients and a frequent option offered in an Office Action Letter from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (U.S.P.T.O.) is the potential of registering a mark on the “Supplemental Register.”  This is often misunderstood...
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