June 29, 2015 @ 07:00:00
Trademark Factory® Cartoon: Confusing Marks
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Another common reason why trademark applications get rejected is that your trademark is confusingly similar to another previously registered or applied for trademark.

While the concept is not as hard to understand as “”clearly descriptive””, we created this cartoon to explain what confusing marks are and what to do about it.

Categories:Intellectual Property:TMF CartoonsTrademarks
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