June 22, 2015 @ 07:00:00
Trademark Factory® Cartoon: \"Clearly Descriptive\" Trademarks
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One of the most common reasons why trademark applications get rejected is that the Trademarks Office considers your trademark to be “”clearly descriptive.””

I wanted to make sure that business owners could understand what this means without unnecessary legalese, so I created this cartoon.

Watch it and find out what a descriptive trademark is and what to do about it.

Categories:Intellectual Property:TMF CartoonsTrademarks
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