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It’s Not a Wonderful Trademark Examination

Posted in Articles, Branding, Food, Infringement, Marketing, Trademarks, USPTO

It’s a wonderful life, collaborating with brand owners and marketing teams to advance their goals. Our work for brand owners also involves a collaboration of sorts with the U.S. Trademark Office. We work with the USPTO to obtain registrations for our clients and this triggers USPTO obligations. As such, when examining applications, the USPTO must search its records for… Continue Reading

Registration of a Very Personal Brand Name

Posted in Advertising, Articles, Branding, Marketing, Mixed Bag of Nuts, Search Engines, Social Media, Social Networking, Television, Trademarks, USPTO

How much do I believe in federal registration of trademarks and brand names? Well, this much: I’ve always been a big fan of practicing what you preach. Actually walking the talk. Not just talk. That mindset helps explain why we stuck with the suggestive name of this blog, even after the experts recommended against it several times, for SEO and… Continue Reading

Shark Tank. Minnow Diligence?

Posted in Branding, Marketing, Television, Trademarks

Shark Tank Episode 301 (Money Fragrance)   For those who haven’t seen or heard of it yet, Shark Tank is an ABC reality television series in which entrepreneurs pitch investment proposals to a panel of five wealthy and feisty “sharks” — including these independent and successful investors: Robert Herjavec, Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O’Leary, Daymond John, and Mark Cuban…. Continue Reading