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Trademark Registration - Trademark Search - Trademark Application - Trademark Monitor - Trademark Lawyer - Trademark Attorney
Trademark Registration - Trademark Search - Trademark Application - Trademark Monitor - Trademark Lawyer - Trademark Attorney
Trademark Registration - Trademark Search - Trademark Application - Trademark Monitor - Trademark Lawyer - Trademark Attorney
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TRADEMARK LEARNING CENTER

  1. What are Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights: Some people confuse patents, copyrights, and trademarks. Although there may be some similarities among these kinds of intellectual property protection, they are different and serve different purposes.

  2. Basic Facts About Trademark Law: What needs to be included in a trademark application? What is a class of goods or services in a trademark application? Who can sign or apply for a trademark? Can a trademark be transferred?

  3. Frequently Asked Questions about Trademarks: What is a trademark? What rights do a trademark registration grant? How do I protect my trademark? How do I apply for a trademark? How long does a trademark registration last?

  4. What are the different classes of goods and services? A list of all the classses for trademarks, including goods and services.

  5. Types of Trademarks: Know the difference between a trademark, collective trademark, certification trademark, and service mark?

  6. Domain Names and Trademarks: Applications for registration of marks consisting of domain names are subject to the same requirements as all other applications for federal trademark registration.

  7. Marks consisting of a configuration of a Product: Can you trademark a product and its trade dress?

  8. Sliding Scale of Trademark: Learn the categories of trademarks.

  9. Purpose of Trademark Law: Learn why trademark law exists.

  10. Obtaining Trademark Protection: How do you obtain trademark protection. Easy. Upon adopting and using a trademark. However, filing for a federal trademark protects your rights even more.

  11. Trademark Searches: Why a trademark Search is a good idea. You should avoid potential future conflicts by ordering a trademark search.

  12. Trademark Notice: Know the difference between TM, SM, or (R).

  13. Benefits of a Trademark Registration: The registration of a trademark provides great benefits that you may not be aware of.

  14. Why you Need a Trademark Lawyer: Why do you need a trademark lawyer or trademark attorney? This article will detail the intracies of the practice of trademark law and why it is a good idea to seek consultation from a trademark lawye r.

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  15. Trademark Registration Process: Did you know that it can take at least six months before your trademark application is even looked at. most trademark applications take over one year to become registered and some can take over three years.

 

 

 

 
 

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Peter T. Boyd is licensed by The Supreme Court of Florida Admitted to the Florida Bar and the U.S. District Court for the Northern & Southern District of Florida. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience

 

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