A trademark—whether a word, slogan, design, color, color combination, overall look or feel of an item or its packaging, or even a sound —enables customers to identify the source of goods or services. As such, companies should understand the benefits and pitfalls associated with U.S. trademark laws if they ever hope to develop a successful brand.
This webinar discusses how trademarks are created and maintained, various methods of trademark protection, rights conferred by trademark registration, and steps for enforcing trademarks in the U.S. in the brick-and-mortar marketplace and online.
William Cory Spence assists individual and business clients to obtain their best possible outcome in contentious legal matters. He has extensive experience in litigation, arbitration, and mediation involving all areas… Read More
Darren Spielman is a Shareholder of Kain Spielman, P.A. He concentrates his practice in the field of intellectual property, with an emphasis on trademarks, trade secrets, domain name disputes, copyrights,… Read More
Kristin G. Garris is a member of Warshaw Burstein, LLP's Intellectual Property practice group who has a broad range of experience in handling matters related to trademark, copyright, Internet, and… Read More