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We do a lot of work around Intellectual Property (IP). Learn about IP matters such as Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade secrets, Patents, Trade dress and more.

What is TEAS Plus When Filing a Trademark Application?

In the past, we have talked about many different trademark topics.  When looking at trademarks themselves, we have discussed the difference between ® and TM.  After a trademark has been filed, we have written various blogs about office actions and how to respond to them, including, likelihood of confusions rejections in trademark applications, non-distinct office […]

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20% off online products and services this 4th of July weekend. Enter Coupon Code: LAW4ALL20 at checkout. Now is your chance to save on the services and products you need for your business! Human Resource Services, Business Formations, Contract Review, Attorney Consultations, Trademarks, Copyrights and much, much more! Some exclusions apply. Check out our terms […]

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Big Trademark Win For Dot-Com Brand Names

New Supreme Court Ruling Is A Victory For Dot-Com. The US Supreme Court just ruled that ‘Booking.com’ can be federally trademarked.  The USPTO had rejected the mark ‘Booking.com’ as being a generic term for travel reservation with a simple dot-com attached at the end.  A generic trademark is a mark that has become generic and […]

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Frost Bank in San Antonio Encounters Patent Lawsuit

Frost Bank in San Antonio has been served recently with a patent infringement lawsuit by company Lupercal LLC. The lawsuit identifies Dallas as Lupercal’s place of business, yet there is no entity by that business name registered to do business in Texas, according to the Texas Secretary of State. Lupercal LLC appears to be a […]

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™ vs. ® – What the heck do these two symbols even mean???

Next to most logos or brand names, you can find either a ™ or a ®.  Obviously, they must have some significance, but what is the difference between the two symbols? First and foremost, the ™ means that the mark is being used as a trademark to denote the source of the goods.  It should […]

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Copyright Law and The Phillie Phanatic Lawsuit

The Philadelphia Phillies’ mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, may soon not be the property of the Phillies.  How and why this could be are interesting questions that teach us a part of copyright law that not everyone is aware of.  A little background regarding the Phillie Phanatic is appropriate, but I don’t want to get hung […]

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Using a DMCA Agent to Limit Liability

Reading opinions submitted in the comment section of a digital newspaper article makes for a richer and more interactive experience compared to a traditional printed publication. Sure, a printed newspaper might include an opinion section, but even if the opinions were submitted the day before, they’re stale compared to the real-time content in a digital […]

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OSU’s Confusing Trademark Application

Ohio State University has filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for “THE,” in international class 25 for use on clothing, namely, t-shirts, baseball caps, and hats.  Ohio State has frequently, much to the chagrin of anyone who did not attend the university, referred to it as “The Ohio State […]

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