Multiple "Pelton" trademarks

While a trademark gives some exclusive rights to a name (or logo) for use with a product or service, this does not mean that trademarks cannot overlap or that companies can never use the same name.  Example:  DELTA airlines and DELTA faucets (see also earlier...

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Multiple “Pelton” trademarks

While a trademark gives some exclusive rights to a name (or logo) for use with a product or service, this does not mean that trademarks cannot overlap or that companies can never use the same name.  Example:  DELTA airlines and DELTA faucets (see also earlier...

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Speaking of trademarks…

Did you know that I am available to speak to industry groups, associations, or conferences about the value of trademark and copyright protection? For example, I have spoken to the Software Industry Conference and I will be speaking in January at the Real Estate Stagers...

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Love it or leave it: PHILLIES trademarks

The Phillies logos are great.  First, the PHILLIES name provides a good example or how two brand names can co-exist if the markets and products and services are totally different such that consumers are not likely to confuse the source of the products or services:...

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Trademarks are global… and mobile…

Last week a client needed to sign an electronic filing as a deadline was looming, while he was traveling overseas. The filing was signed electronically via a rented Blackberry! With the terrific USPTO electronic systems, trademark registrations can be done entirely electronically.  And trademarks have...

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