It is a commonly overlooked problem. A person comes up with a new product to bring to market and has the foresight to file an “intent-to-use” U.S. trademark application for the mark XYZ to be used with his new product. Then, before actual use is established, in an effort to get organized, the person sets… Continue Reading
The FTC has put out a short video with 7 simple things to remember about complying with the CAN-SPAM Act. Although very basic, it presents a short checklist to review if your company uses E-mail to market your products or services.
We’ve all heard the phrase, “You can’t judge a book by its cover.” Well, this adage is especially true when looking at an issued patent as there may be valuable information that is not reflected on its face. First, printing errors can occur. Late amendments to the claims of the patent (which define the scope… Continue Reading