Trademark


Lanham Act of 1946

Appeals to the Lanham Act of 1946

    Appeals to the Lanham Act of 1946
The Lanham Act provides for individuals or companies to dispute the conclusions of the Unites States Patent and Trademark Office by making a formal trademark appeal. A trademark appeal can
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A Guide to the Lanham Act of 1946

The Lanham Act of 1946, also commonly referred to as the Trademark Act, is the federal legislation in place that controls and regulates trademark laws in the United States. Though
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Certificates of Registration in Trademark Registration

A certificate of registration is arguably the most important aspect of trademark registration. After all, obtaining such a certificate is the main purpose behind trademark registration. The certificate of registration
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The Duration of the Lanham Act of 1946

The trademark registration process ensures for extra provisions regarding protections and rights to the owner of trademark. The trademark itself is protected for as long as it is used in
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The Societal Implications of Lanham Act of 1946

As development and advancement in technology become more readily available to the public, trademarking has become the key to marketing
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Publication Under the Lanham Act of 1946

Once the trademark application process is underway, and all the applications are filed and fees are paid, an examination or investigation of the proposed trademark for registration will occur. The
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