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- The Story of DASAMOA®“The Story of” series of articles are written by Young Jeon, Esq. to share his experience with a trademark application filed with the USPTO. It is intended to be informative as to the USPTO trademark registration process. Only… Continue reading The Story of DASAMOA®
- Not sure if you have a registered trademark?There are many business owners who own registered trademarks but have no idea about it. How come? Possible scenarios: You’ve registered a trademark when you started up, and you never looked back. You thought having your business/brand name… Continue reading Not sure if you have a registered trademark?
- TESS Search HacksTrademark attorneys, like myself, use TESS just like everyone else. I will walk you through the entire process with helpful tips you can use right away. First of all, you need to access TESS, a trademark search service… Continue reading TESS Search Hacks
- Did you receive an invoice (or a bill) for your trademark?If you are wondering if the invoice or bill you received by mail is legit, please read on. Scammers consistently target US trademark applicants and registrants. Many of those have names bearing a close resemblance to the name… Continue reading Did you receive an invoice (or a bill) for your trademark?
- TM attorney’s brand naming ideasIs this a good trademark? Well, I get that question a lot as an IP attorney. I have been working on trademark cases for about ten years now. In fact, one of the first things I did as… Continue reading TM attorney’s brand naming ideas
- Patent Protection and LimitationsPatent protects inventor’s exclusive right to an invention, but at the same time it aims to promote further advancement of the same technology. These are conflicting goals for which patent provides a comprehensive exclusivity that is also clearly… Continue reading Patent Protection and Limitations
- What Do I Need for Trademark Registration?To register a trademark, you need to either (1) have used a mark (could be a brand name, a company logo, or even a unique color) in association with your good or service or (2) have a bona… Continue reading What Do I Need for Trademark Registration?
- DO NOT PAY WTP!Many clients reported that they received an unsolicited service invoice from Service BPM 326634 at 8345 NW 66 ST #2000 33166-7896 Miami, which looks like this: It has nothing to do with your U.S. trademark registration, and you… Continue reading DO NOT PAY WTP!
- USPTO TEAS—What is a disclaimer?When required, disclaimer works against you. So, an ideal trademark would not have a disclaimer. However, sometimes you want to include certain words that need to be disclaimed no matter what. In that case, I recommend you start the trademark registration process in advance using an ITU application and do not include disclaimer in your initial application. A lack of your disclaimer does not cost your extra USPTO fees. It costs extra time and some work, but if you started early, you can afford waiting for a few months more before you start print out brochures and build signs for your business with ®, sitting on your priority date (filing date).