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Could TRUMP TOO SMALL Shrink Free Speech Rights in The Trademark Application Process?

Could the TRUMP TOO SMALL case shrink free speech rights in the trademark application process? Vidal v. Elster will go to the Supreme Court

Trump Too Small Trademark Case and USPTO Free Speech Rights   October 11, 2023   |   By: Catherine Lusk and Alex Butterman   The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on November 1, 2023 for Vidal v. Elster, a case that questions whether an application to register “TRUMP TOO SMALL” as a mark can be refused registration,… Continue reading Could TRUMP TOO SMALL Shrink Free Speech Rights in The Trademark Application Process?

How to File for Trademark Protection

February 10, 2023   |   By: David Ludwig   Filing an application for a registered trademark can help protect your business’s branding and unique identity. But the process of filing for a trademark is tedious and time-consuming. Without the proper legal guidance, your application could be delayed or denied by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office… Continue reading How to File for Trademark Protection

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