News and Articles About Trademarks
The toy, invented in 1974 by Hungarian Erno Rubik, is popular among young and old, with more than 350 million cubes sold worldwide.
Reminder: Do a trademark search before you decide on your business's name.
With trademarks, the early bird gets the worm.
Not registering your trademark overseas immediately can cost you in the long run.
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From safeguarding your brand to trusting your gut, there's much to learn from the wildly successful ascent of Lady O, the 'queen of all media.'
The U.S. and International Olympic Committees are cracking down on the unauthorized use of their intellectual property.
Did Melania plagiarize Michelle (and, if so, why her instead of Pat Nixon or Nancy Reagan?) or are we all just recycling and reusing good lines?
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.
The Beijing Municipal High People's Court said the Zhongshan Pearl River Drinks application to label certain foods and beverages 'face book' was an obvious act of copying and harmed fair market competition.
The Beijing company Xintong Tiandi Technology can now sell IPHONE-branded purses, wallets and phones cases.
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Hint: You want your logo to be more like the bitten apple and less like the walking fingers.
The singer's representatives dismissed Jenner as a 'secondary reality television star' in their bid to stop her from trademarking the name 'Kylie' in the U.S.
Follow these five tips to settle on what is one of the most important aspect of a new company -- its name.
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The Fine Brothers claim the filing was about protecting their brand, but the pair have since announced that they will withdraw the application.
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