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Post Registration Benefits

Post Registration Benefits INCONTESTABILITY As early as 5 years after your trademark registration it may be eligible to acquire a status of “incontestability”, meaning that your trademark may no longer be challenged on grounds for being merely descriptive of a product, surname, or geography. Because this is one of the most…

Trademark Step by Step

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Herman Miller v. Office Star

On Tuesday, October 11, a federal jury in California awarded Herman Miller Inc. $8.4 million in a trade dress lawsuit against Office Star. Office Star was accused of using Herman Miller’s overall look of its Eames office chair line in the trade dress suit. Herman Miller is best known for…


Trademark Costs

Trademark Cost Trademark Search Costs You may perform your own trademark search for free or pay for someone else to search for you. Usually a paid trademark search... Learn More Trademark Examination Costs The USPTO does not charge additional fees for you to respond to most Examiner’s amendments or office…

Trademark Registration

Trademark Registration Common Law (™) v. Registered (®) TrademarksYou do not need to actually register a trademark search to obtain some basic, or “common law” rights in your brand. In fact, common Law trademarks are automatically created the moment you distinguish your brand from that of a competitor. Trademarks claiming these…

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