You can minimize your research time and prepare trademark forms with confidence when you use the Guide to Registering Trademarks as your on-the-spot guide. This carefully constructed loose-leaf offers more than 200 practice-tested ready-to-use forms available in both hard copy and on CD-ROM. Step-by-step instructions guide you through the process, addressing both basic and unusual situations you may encounter along the way. The forms are organized by category: Client forms -- Searches and other pre-filing activities -- Applications for Registration -- Responses to office actions -- Section 8 and 15 affidavits -- Renewals and inter party proceedings. The Guide to Registering Trademarks answers questions running from which form to use in recording an assignment to how to start a concurrent use proceeding. Keep it close at hand to make your trademark application process as painless as possible.franchisee could open an ice cream franchise in Bangor, Maine and consumers would assume that the ice cream sold at the ... For example, toy companies saw the benefit in licensing the a#39;a#39;McDonaldsa#39;a#39; brand for toys; clothing and accessory companies ... It is not atypical for a brand like a#39;a#39;Cokea#39;a#39; to be used on clothing, cakes, posters, jewelry, watches, frisbees, among a long laundry list of other products.
|Title||:||Guide to Registering Trademarks|
|Author||:||Steven H. Bazerman, Jason M. Drangel|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 1998-11-01|