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Making your mark: Tips for creating unique trademarks

You are ready to create a trademark for your business, and you want it to be excellent. After all, your trademark is how your business will be recognized not only by your industry, but by consumers throughout the country. A memorable, eye-catching trademark can help you stand out in a crowd, and entrepreneurs know that this can be the difference between success and failure.

What types of intellectual property should you protect?

With so much competition in the business world, success often hinges on setting yourself apart. That means protecting what you've worked so hard to build. Pursuing the proper legal protections, however, can be challenging. It's important to leverage the right tools for different types of intellectual property.

Albertson's moves into the online marketplace

Amazon’s  acquisition of Whole Foods Market sent shockwaves through the business world and sent notice to America’s largest retailers that online retailers will develop strategic partnerships to take market share from brick and mortar retailers. It set off months of speculation as to whether Wal-Mart or Target would make a similar acquisition.

The battle over Reading Rainbow

A 2009 tweet from LeVar Burton gave fans of Reading Rainbow a glimmer of hope. The star of “Roots” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation” announced a revival of the popular show that encouraged people to read in every episode that aired from 1983 to 2006.

How are trademarks, patents, copyrights created? P.2

Previously, we began looking at some of the general differences between patents, trademarks and copyrights. As we noted, these differences lie not only in the fact that these protections apply to different types of intellectual property, but also in the types of protection available under both state and federal law.

How are trademarks, patents, copyrights created?

For many people, trademark, patent and copyright protection are something of a mystery beyond the general idea that they indicate different types of intellectual property protection. For those who don’t understand the ins and outs of intellectual property law, exactly what these protections do, and how they are created, is not often accurately understood.

The post-Supreme Court ruling future of offensive trademarks

As with any Supreme Court decision, the recent ruling striking down a 70-year ban on the registration of disparaging trademarks has wide-ranging effects. Most prominently, the Washington Redskins, an NFL team who lost their trademark due to its offensive nature, may likely become the one of the largest beneficiaries.

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