Tag Archives: Trademark

What is “Intent to Use” for Trademark Application Filing?

Filing an intent to use trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) may be a good option if your trademark is not yet in use in commerce.  It’s essentially a way to reserve your right to … Continue reading

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Famous trademark: complementarity between products and services relevant to likelihood of confusion (France – Cour de cassation)

Emmanuel LarereCour de cassation, Chambre commerciale, March 27, 2019, Appeal No. T 17-28.213 The French Supreme Court (Cour de cassation) overturned the judgment of the Paris Court of appeals (here) which had denied similarity between goods and services on the … Continue reading

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Meet Copyright & Trademark Attorney, Erin Gormley

Erin Gormley is one of our star attorneys at Kloss, Stenger, and LoTempio. With an interest in music and art, Erin specializes in trademark and copyright law. She has been featured in the Buffalo Business First as one of the … Continue reading

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Ask NRF Parker about Canada’s new trademark law

Sweeping changes to the Canadian Trade-marks Act will finally be implemented putting Canadian brand owners on equal footing with the rest of the world. Taking effect on June 17, 2019, the changes will allow for the consistent classification of a … Continue reading

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USPTO Issues CBD Trademark Guidelines in Light of 2018 Farm Bill: Key Takeaways

By George "Trey" Lyons, III, Eric Moran, Nicole Grimm, and Brett Scott — Last week, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office released its new guidelines on how it will examine federal trademark applications for cannabidiol (CBD) products in light of … Continue reading

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