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  • Classifications and Origin of Trademarks

    A trademark is a word, symbol, or phrase that is created to identify a manufacturer or seller’s products in order to distinguish their products from  [...]

  • How to Acquire Trademark Rights

    There are two ways by which a person can acquire rights in a trademark.  One way is by being the first person to use the mark in commerce.  A way of  [...]

  • What is the Process for Registering a Trademark?

    The first phase of the process is the search.  The search is one of the most important parts of the process.  A search enables a person to know ahea  [...]

  • Rights of a Trademark Owner and Defenses

    In order to obtain rights in a trademark the mark must be used in commerce.  Registration does not protect a trademark unless the owner uses the mark  [...]

  • What are the Standards of Patentability?

    A patent is a federal grant which gives exclusive right to the inventor to exclude all other from making, using, exporting, offering for sale, or sell  [...]

  • Can Trademark Rights be Lost?

    Rights to a trademark can be lost.  They can be lost through abandonment, improper licensing or assignment, or genericity. A trademark is consider  [...]

  • Overview of Trademark Law

    A trademark is “a word, name, symbol, or device that is used in trade with goods to indicate the source of goods and to distinguish them from the go  [...]

  • Overview of Copyright Law

    Copyright gives a person the exclusive right to sell, reproduce, publish and/or distribute musical, artistic, or literary works. The ownership right i  [...]

  • Overview of Patent Law

    Patent law is a form of intellectual property. A patent is a grant from the government to an individual or organization of exclusive rights over an in  [...]

  • Intellectual Property Lawyers in Sydney

    Have you created a successful business and designed your own logo? If you have, then you will know that it is a good idea to get it trademarked. This   [...]


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