Black Friday is coming! It’s the busiest shopping day of the year in the United States, and the unofficial beginning of the Christmas shopping season. Black Friday is also registered as a trademark with the USPTO for use in Advertising & Marketing Services.
Visit BLACK FRIDAY Trademark Registration for more information.
Happy Halloween! Did you know Philadelphia is home to some of the most top-rated haunted attractions in the country? Our latest blog post features Philadelphia Haunted House Halloween Trademarks.
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Choosing a company name is hard work, but we’re here to help. We’ve compiled a list of 10 strategies to consider when choosing a company name for trademark use.
Attorney Riddle, with Esquiretrademarks.com, explains the benefits of trademark registration and why you should consider registering your mark.
“I must discuss this at least three times week with trademark clients. In addition to providing a general sense of security, there are numerous benefits of trademark registration that will help protect your brand and business.”
Read more about the benefits of trademark registration.
PHILLY LOVES A WINNER Trademark Application Filed by SugarHouse HSP Gaming, L.P., to register the phrase for use in Casino Services.
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Trademark Attorney Riddle, with Esquiretrademarks.com, wrote an educational article explaining Trademark Disclaimers.
What is a Trademark Disclaimer?
A trademark disclaimer is a written statement that “disclaims” “exclusive rights” to “unregisterable content” in a “trademark registration”.
A Disclaimer Only Limits Rights Conveyed by the Trademark Registration – Common Law Trademark Rights Are Unaffected.
For more, visit Trademark Disclaimer
The City of Philadelphia applied to register LOVE Park as a trademark for tourism and recreational purposes soon after its major renovations. Click here for additional information.
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Trademark Attorney Riddle, with Esquiretrademarks.com, guides you through the seemingly complicated trademark application process with a detailed timeline.
The Trademark Process – Trademark Application Process and Timeline
Before the application is prepared and filed, we interview and consult with you. We discuss the various options, risks, and benefits that are presented with your trademark situation. We provide you with guidance and feedback regarding your trademark. We endeavor to provide you with a full and clear picture of what you can expect in the trademark process.
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For more, visit The Trademark Process
Attorney Riddle, with EsquireTrademarks.com, is here to help you understand the inevitable Supplemental Register Questions.
What is the Trademark Supplemental Register?
There are two registers at the United States Trademark Office: The Principal Register and the Supplemental register. The Supplemental Register is a secondary register, which allows for the registration of marks that are not capable of functioning as trademarks (standing alone), but may in the future (after years of use and public recognition) achieve trademark status.
Did you know?
PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese is an example of a Supplemental Register mark on the Principal Register!
For more, visit What is the Trademark Supplemental Register?
Trademark Attorney Riddle, with EsquireTrademarks.com, explains Trademark Office Action Prior-Filed Application Rejection.
How to Respond to Trademark Office Action
A Prior-Filed Application notice means that another pending trademark application is blocking yours. Someone else filed an application before your application date, and the earlier application is similar enough to yours to be a grounds for rejection.
For more, visit How to Respond to Trademark Office Action
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