Wyoming is a pioneer in the cryptocurrency space. With its investment in the new form of currency, the state legislature has passed new laws for how cryptocurrency companies and other digital organizations operate within the...
This trademark cost guidebook discusses trademark costs and includes information about fees charged by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as well as fees charged by attorneys and filing services. Note: All numbers...
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In work with creative businesses, I have witnessed the California non-compete trap many times. Here is what I am talking about: you work for a California company and that company has you sign an employment agreement that contains a non-compete clause. A few years...read more
A trademark knockout search seeks out any obvious problems with your trademark. This kind of search is crucial to building your brand because it can tell you whether or not your trademark will run into problems down the road. If you can, do a trademark knockout search...read more
A trademark licensing agreement is a contract between the owner of the trademark (the licensor) and the person to whom the trademark owner wants to license their mark to produce something (the licensee). A trademark licensing agreement clarifies what the licensee can...read more
A trademark intent to use application is excellent for when you have chosen a trademark, but haven’t yet begun to use it. Done correctly, a trademark intent to use application can help you to “reserve” your rights in the mark that you have chosen while you work to get...read more