Trademark Engine Reviews Reveal Unhappy Customers

Trademark Engine Reviews

While many of my posts revolve around the dangers of DIY trademark services, sometimes I like to switch things up.  Occasionally, I like to look at what the customers of these services (like LegalZoom, Trademarkia, and LegalForce) are saying.  Spoiler alert: it’s usually not very good. For transparency, I found these reviews on Trademark Engine’s … Read moreTrademark Engine Reviews Reveal Unhappy Customers

Trademark Office Open During Government Shutdown

USPTO shutdown

Many parts of the U.S. federal government have shut down this 2018 holiday season, due to political disagreement over the budget.  This issue is likely to spill over into early 2019.  However, the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) will, at least temporarily, remain open during the shutdown. According to the USPTO, it has … Read moreTrademark Office Open During Government Shutdown

Restaurant Trademark Tips That Will Serve You Well

restaurant trademark

While I serve clients in a wide variety of industries, I’m always a little extra excited to work with new restaurants.  It is a difficult and competitive industry, without a doubt.  But seeing someone succeed and being able to assist in that is especially rewarding.  There are also some unique considerations for restaurant trademarks of … Read moreRestaurant Trademark Tips That Will Serve You Well

Band Trademarks: What You Should Know

Band trademarks

Intellectual property rights are especially important in the music industry.  Musicians are creators, and we primarily think of their work as the songs protected by copyright law.  But a musician’s brand is also important, whether that brand consists of a stage name for a solo performer or a band.  Band trademarks and stage names have … Read moreBand Trademarks: What You Should Know