What is A Copyright

Trademark Specimens and Information On “Actual Use” and “Intent-To-Use” Applications

Trademark Specimens Of Use and Information On “Actual Use” and “Intent-To-Use” ApplicationsBy Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. In the United States, trademark rights in a mark are based on “actual use” of the name in commerce; consequently, an owner must actually be utilizing the mark in commerce for the particular goods or services in order to […]
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Copyright? Trademark? Or Is It Both?

Intellectual Property Law: Copyright? Trademark? Or Is It Both?By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. While sometimes mistakenly grouped together, trademarks and copyrights are very different. In fact, each of these intellectual property protections applies to distinct and unique things. However, both are equally important; and, in some situations, both may be necessary to secure proper protection […]
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