Monthly Archives: January 2012
Protection through the federal government is only valid in the United States. If you sell goods and services, or manufacture products in other countries, you may want to register your trademark there.
A trade secret is information that has value because it is not generally known and is the subject of efforts to keep it secret. State law protects against disgruntled ex-employees, sabotage by current employees, or simple carelessness about the risk … Continue reading
Is your enterprise involved in the creation, recording, publication, dissemination, distribution or retailing of artistic, musical or literary works? Does your company have a website, a brochure, a corporate video, or does it advertise on newspapers or TV? Is your … Continue reading
Everyday consumers are make their buying decisions based on the power of trademarks. As a business owner, you need to understand why trademarks are such essential assets. Trademarks Can Enhance the Market Value of Your Business Trademarks may generate an … Continue reading