Trademarks

How to Trademark a Tag Line

by: John Parker

A trademark is a symbol or combination of letters or words that distinguishes the products of one seller from those of all others. Whether it consists of a symbol, such as a stylistic logo, or simply words, such as a tag line or slogan, a trademark ...
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What Is a Trademark's Duration?

by Jennifer Mueller

Should You Trademark Your Name Separate From the Slogan?

by Shelly Morgan

How to Check to See If a Business Name Is Trademarked

by Brenna Davis

California Fictitious Business Name Filing Requirements

by: Tom Streissguth

California law requires that any company doing business in the state under a fictitious name register that name. The purpose of a fictitious name filing is to create a public record of the real people and companies operating under assumed names, or ...
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How Long Is a Trademark Valid?

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What Is the Penalty for Violating a Trademark?

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How To Trademark Something

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How to Apply for a Trademark

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How to Trademark an Idea

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How to Protect an Artwork Trademark

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Changing a Trademark Design

Organizations tend to change their trademark design from time to time in order to give their image a new look. In most instances, when you change ...

Logo Copyright Laws

by: Anna Assad

A person who holds a copyright to a logo is entitled to protection against reproduction, use and distribution without permission under U.S. copyright laws. A copyright allows the artist to take action against another person or business using the ...
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How to Legally Trademark a Band Name

by A.L. Kennedy

How to Reserve a Business Name With the State of Florida

by Tom Streissguth

How to Get a Trademark for a Comic Book Superhero Character

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