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Trademark Monitoring for Brand and Competition Management

September 4, 2016 Blogs

The best way for your business to begin to establish brand or name rights is through federal trademark registration followed by proper use of the registered trademark. But, even once a trademark is registered, others can weaken that registration or block you from expanding into other product lines when they […]

Trademark Power on Third-Party Platforms

January 17, 2015 Blogs

Sales through and similar platforms are very important for many businesses.  But, these platforms also come with their own unique, competitive environments where tricky competitors can poach a business’s sales in many different ways.  For example, they can appropriate existing listings and convey counterfeit products.  They can use identical […]

Thanksgiving 2.0

November 20, 2014 Blogs

I love thanksgiving. Food, family, and gratitude, not to mention deep history and tradition. But, even thanksgiving can be innovated. So, this month’s post is dedicated to the brave men and women who work around the clock to patent the technology behind thanksgiving 2.0. First place goes to what I […]

The Ins and Outs of Patent Marking

October 25, 2014 Blogs

Whether you are a patent owner or exist in an industry where competitors own patents, it is helpful to know the ins and outs of patent marking. Patent marking is the practice of notifying others that a product is patented (or patent-pending) by actually inscribing it on the product.  For […]