Trademark question

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by saylar1988, Nov 2, 2010.

  1. saylar1988

    saylar1988 Junior Member

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  2. currentcover

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    Is your trademark registered? if so your okay if not you could be in trouble
     
  3. mobo57

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    Two words: permission, deceive.
    1. Do you have permission to use all of what you have from the owners?
    If yes, then:
    2. Is your material deceiving or meant to create a false impression?
    If no then you may be ok but:
    Regardless if you have a TM, TM's get challenged and thrown out every day.
     
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    mobo57 is correct on the challenge. Of course, you need $100k or so to pay a lawyer to do it.
     
  5. Pimps

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    Yes, very expensive! The bes thing you can do is hire a designer to make it for you.
     
  6. Sprocket

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    I would be wary of taking any sort of legal advice from Michael "mobo57" Moberly..

    Google his name, particularly in regards to the State Bar of CA's actions against his law practice..