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What are Trademarks and Future Use?

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Even if you are not yet using a trademark, you can reserve the right to use one by

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What are Trademarks?

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A trademark includes any word, name, symbol, or device, or any combination thereof used by a person to identify and

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What are the Types of Trademarks?

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There are several types of trademarks. First, a service mark is the same as a trademark except it promotes

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What is a Patent?
Types of Patents
Patent Requirements
Usefulness Requirement
Novelty Requirement
Nonobvious Requirement
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What is Trade Dress?

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Trade dress, like a trademark, can be protected under federal trademark laws. Trade dress, unlike a symbol, logo,

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What is Patent Law?

What is Trademark Law?

What is Intellectual Property?

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The field of intellectual property law covers the legal protection of unique ideas and inventions. Patents and Trademarks are two such vehicles

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What is a Nonobvious Requirement?

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To get a patent, your invention must be nonobvious – in other words, someone in the field of technical expertise

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What are the Patent Requirements?

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To get a patent, your invention or discovery must meet certain requirements before the Patent and Trademark office will grant

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