The availability of the domain name should be one part of a comprehensive search, which Trademark Engine offers, to help evaluate the strength of a brand name or slogan and the likelihood of a trademark being approved. In addition, registration of a trademark customarily gives the person holding the registered trademark a leg up in court as to the validity of the mark and the date of usage in later trademark infringement litigation, if it comes to that.
It needs to create a good mental image. Yes, this is important too. Many of the well-known brands, logos and slogans you love, know and trust have been registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
It has to be memorable, but easy to spell. It was nice to talk to a real person about it. A company could have a trademark name on a product or service, but not have acquired the domain name. Or at least, not negative ones. Hens and me just go together.
There are also favorable remedies available to registered trademark owners in the event of litigation. To me, at least, a hen is a warm and positive image. General benefits to registering a mark: Intellectual property has 3 main categories, copyright, trademark, and patents.
It may help prevent someone from registering a confusingly similar mark later and may also help the registrant bring a case in federal court if someone infringes on the brand.
If willing to risk it, you can also file the trademark on your own behalf by filing through the USPTO database. There may be advantages to registering both a name and an associated logo. If investing heavily in a marketing campaign with a slogan, a company might consider registering a slogan as well.
Far better for you to control what that image is! Generally, the registration of a trademark, entitles the registrant to a presumption of ownership of the brand on a national level and a presumed right to use the brand nationwide. However, it does make people stop and wonder, and all the feedback I have had so far is really positive, people like the idea of a Word Hen, whatever it might be.
Even if a company name is in the logo, registering the logo may only protect the use of that name in the particular way it is used in the logo and not the use of the name more generally.You need your business name to fit onto a business card, a bumper sticker, a quarter page display ad, and most importantly, a website URL.
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Trójmiasto. Copywriting does come naturally to some people, but for most, it's a foreign landscape they do not know how to navigate. Copywriting is about more than writing the hard sell sales letter that many. Trademarking a name generally provides broader protection because it prevents any use of the name that causes confusion, even if someone tries to use the name within a unique logo.
A mark for a logo typically protects the shape, orientation, stylization and sometimes color in that particular logo.Download