The Ska / DuClaw Trademark Dispute Over EUPHORIA, Trademark Lessons for the Craft Brewer
Let’s suppose you’ve been asked to search and clear the name of a bar, without seeing the design mark in the upper right and lower left hand corners of the photo below (from a recent trip to Boston)...more
In my last blog post for i-Sight, we discussed choosing a trademark for your company’s new product that lets you walk and chew gum at the same time, releasing millions of uncoordinated people from the embarrassment of having...more
So, startups and entrepreneurs, you think your trademark situation is totally cool because you conducted a full trademark search, right? Wrong. Well, at least not necessarily…...more
We’ve been discussing common mistakes small businesses and entrepreneurs make when dealing with their brand, mark or image.
Last week we discussed that one common mistake is that people fail to properly conduct a...more
In addition to consulting an attorney who specializes in trademark law, startup companies and entrepreneuers can avoid other common mistakes when it comes to safeguarding their brand or image by conducting a proper trademark...more
In this video, McNees Intellectual Property attorney, Brian Gregg explains the basic steps every craft brewer should take to develop strong, protectable, trademarks and to avoid costly trademark disputes.
The craft beer...more
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