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Title:
How to register your own trademark : with forms
Author:
Warda, Mark.
Personal Author:
Edition:
Third edition.
Publication Information:
Naperville, IL : Sphinx Pub., 2000.
Physical Description:
vii, 225 pages : illustrations, forms ; 28 cm.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781572481046
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

While nearly everyone has created some work that deserves copyright protection, few people know the process for registering and protecting their products or ideas. Similarly, a trademark that has been registered accurately is the most valuable asset a company can have. The following Bestsellers make it easy for your customers and patrons to register their work and business trademarks accurately.
-- Addresses and phone numbers for easy registration in each state
-- Instructions for preparing the necessary forms
-- Explanations of the different types of registrations available for trademarks


Reviews 1

Library Journal Review

Warda is an attorney who writes and publishes self-help law books and teaches seminars on real estate law. This "how-to" book for the nonspecialist has a healthier ratio of text to appendixes (80 pages are text) than Warda's How To Register a United States Trademark (Sphinx Pub., 2d ed.) previous editions and has been reorganized and expanded. Hopefully, a final proofreading will clean up problems noted in the review copy: a small but important part included under filing an intent to use application should have appeared in the chapter on filing a mark already in use, several sample forms had entries in the wrong boxes, etc. Warda's book contains current forms and addresses as well as useful charts and checklists. However, if you have to choose between this volume and Kate McGrath's Trademark: How To Name a Business and Product (LJ 9/15/92), go with the more comprehensive McGrath. Appropriate for general library collections.-Johanna Johnson, Dallas P.L. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


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