• False advertising is a form of unfair competition under the Lanham Act. It occurs when a company makes false or misleading claims about its products or services in advertising or other commercial speech. False advertising can take many forms, including making false claims about the characteristics, benefits, or quality of a product or service, making misleading […]

  • The eBay Verified Rights Owner (VeRO) Program is a way for intellectual property owners to report listings on eBay that are selling counterfeit, infringing, or otherwise unauthorized items. The VeRO program is designed to help protect the rights of intellectual property owners and maintain the integrity of the eBay marketplace. As a participant in the VeRO […]

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  • Yes, many people mistakenly assume they can only apply to register one trademark, but you can apply to register many different versions of the same trademark – word marks, design marks, word plus design marks, sound marks, collective marks, certificate marks, trade names, trade dress, etc. The different versions of a trademark are called “related marks” […]

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  • Before diving into the answer, it is important to first understand the differences between a word mark, a design/logo mark, and a composite mark (word plus design/logo). What Are The Different Types of Trademarks? A word mark is a type of trademark that consists of words, letters, or numbers that identify and distinguish a product or […]

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