Entrepreneurs creating a unique brand for their business may be asking, do I need a trademark? In many instances, the answer is yes. Protecting your brand, logo, and tagline from being infringed upon is a must. Don't underestimate your trademark value by...
Brand protection is especially critical for CBD businesses. With more states legalizing the possession, use, production, and distribution of marijuana in some form, branding will be the difference between success and failure in the emerging legal cannabis business.
Did you know CBD brands can hire the US military to protect their brand? Sounds impossible, right? In this article, we’re going to talk about how a federal trademark allows you to hire an army to protect your brand and business.
Here’s everything that Amazon Sellers need to know about trademarks and Amazon Brand Registry. Having a registered trademark for your brand and being on the Brand Registry is increasingly becoming a critical component to running a legitimate and profitable business on Amazon.
Using our DYNAMIC BRAND CHAMBER, you can save money by paying for only one International Class, yet register a USPTO trademark that allows flexibility in expanding to an unlimited number of product categories and enrolling in Amazon Brand Registry.
As trademark lawyers, we hear of these horror stories way more often than we would want to. It’s devastating to watch hard-working entrepreneurs lose their business overnight when the issue could have been easily prevented by having a registered trademark.
Enrolled in Amazon’s Brand Registry? If you are, Transparency by Amazon is another service that you can take advantage of to help protect your brand and customers from counterfeits.
Don’t underestimate the value of your trademark. It’s worth far more than you think!
There are two critical steps in the trademark process. The first step is trademark clearance, and the second is trademark registration. In this article, we explain the importance of doing the first step.
For most businesses, the 8-12 month wait time from filing a trademark application to getting registered with the USPTO can feel like an eternity. So, is there anything that can be done to expedite a trademark application?