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Unknown Trademark Dangers
As a business owner, you might be interested in obtaining a trademark to legally protect your company, logo, or slogan. There are, indeed, many benefits to obtaining a trademark. However, many individuals are unaware of unknown trademark dangers. The experienced intellectual property lawyers at War IP Law PLLC can explain your options and ensure you understand potential risks. Consider contacting our dedicated intellectual property attorneys for a confidential consultation by calling (202) 800-3754. What Is a Trademark? The United [...]
Who Should Own the Trademark Application, an Individual or a Company?
When someone completes a trademark application, they must indicate who will own the trademark. Although this application section might seem simple, it is one of the most common incorrect aspects of a trademark application. Correctly listing the owner is vital. Unfortunately, if the applicant does not fill out this section accurately, they run the risk of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) rejecting their application and losing their filing fee. War IP Law, PLLC has experience assisting [...]
Can an Intent-to-Use Trademark Application Be Assigned?
It is possible to file an intent-to-use trademark application if you are not yet ready to use your mark in commerce but plan to in the future. When filing this type of trademark application, it is important to list the appropriate applicant — but can an intent-to-use trademark be assigned? To answer this question, it is necessary to understand intent-to-use trademarks and assignments in greater depth. Contact the experienced intellectual property attorneys at War IP Law, PLLC at (202) 800-3754 [...]
How Do I Apply for a Patent?
How to Apply for a Patent in Washington If you have a brilliant idea that has the potential to improve the quality of life of millions, filing for a patent is the best way to protect yourself and your invention. Whether you intend to file a provisional or non-provisional application for your patent, a professional attorney can provide you with the assistance you need. Usually, you can get free legal assistance for your patent from the Patent Pro Bono Program. [...]