After you file your trademark application, it just sits in the Trademarks Office for several months awaiting a trademark examiner to look at it.
Watch this cartoon and find out what happens when that moment comes and your trademark application reaches examination stage.
Let’s say you use a colorful logo for your brand.
Let’s say you want to trademark that logo.
One of the things you will need to decide on is whether to claim color as a feature of your trademark.
If this sounds confusing and complicated—don’t worry. That’s why we created the cartoon below. Watch it and find out.
So you now have a great logo and a tagline, and you’re trying to decide if it’s a good idea to combine the two in your trademark application.
Watch this cartoon and find out if it’s a good idea to file them together or separately.
Using a trademark is not the same as using a phone. The term “”use”” has a very specific meaning in trademark law.
Watch this cartoon to discover what it actually means.
OK. Maybe, I should have started with this cartoon.
What exactly is a trademark?
What can be trademarked?
What is the function of a trademark?
Watch and find out!
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