What is a Trademark?
Generally, a trademark is a symbol, a design or logo of some kind, a slogan, a device, a musical jingle, or even a trade name like Frank Finkelstein’s Fabulous Falafel, which can uniquely distinguish your goods or services from all similar goods or services available in the market place.
The life of a trademark begins with a great idea for a mark or device that can absolutely singularize your product or service from all other competitors out there.
But that is only the starting point.
The odyssey for securing a trade identity really begins when the company needs to meet the challenge of doing all the things necessary to hold on tight to that very unique, differentiating and identifying mark and formally keep the mark for use as its very own.
When is a Formal Trademark Needed?
The best way to understand when or why a business might need to take the steps needed to formally register a logo or a trade name they are using in the marketplace as their trademark is take a look at Continue reading What is a Trademark, When is a Formal Trademark Needed, and How to Get One