Trademark Registration

Free On-Demand Webinar: How to Set the Legal Framework for Your Startup

Join Jim Gatto, partner at Sheppard Mullin, as he discusses trademarking products, protecting intellectual property and more.

A Basic Guide To Intellectual Property For Every Entrepreneur

These properties are protected by law which keeps other companies and persons from infringing on them

Danesh Mehta

How Counterfeit Products Affect Brands and Consumers

Trademarks Act 1999, Copyright Act 1957, IT Act 2000 and Designs Act 2000 among others to help with infringement of copyright and trademarks

3 Things I Learned After Having to Change My Business Name

Reminder: Do a trademark search before you decide on your business's name.

Susan O'Malley

McDonald's Wins EU 'MacCoffee' Trademark Dispute

The case underscores the battle between brand names and so-called free-riders who might benefit from the marketing spent on brands without bearing the same costs.

Reuters

This Startup Claims to Ease The Pain of Paperwork for Registering Just About Anything

From licenses or mobile sims, this startup claims to be a simple solution for all your registration needs

Rustam Singh

How to Get Any Indian Vehicle's Registration Details Instantly – For Free!

Save this useful tip in your phone book RIGHT NOW - it may help you in case of an accident or verifying a possible theft

Rustam Singh

How Do You Sustain Your Brand's Value? Follow These 6 Steps.

Hint: You want your logo to be more like the bitten apple and less like the walking fingers.

Cheryl Hodgson

Don't Skimp on Trademark Protection for Your New Brand

Sitting down with a trademark attorney is perhaps the least thrilling part of launching a startup. Do it anyway.

Larry Alton

3 Things to Do After You Register a Trademark

To maximize your protection, follow this quick checklist.

Jaia Thomas

A Business Name vs. a Trademark: Do You Know the Difference?

One gives you protection in your state only; the other gives protection in all 50.

Nellie Akalp

When It Comes to Knockoffs, Imitation Is the Costliest Form of Flattery

Trademarks and patents are far from perfect protection but they are, literally, the least a business can do to protect itself from counterfeiters.

Rohan Ayyar