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Trademark Infringement Survey John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law
Is a Trademark Infringement Survey Really Necessary?

Is a Trademark Infringement Survey Really Necessary? Yes, according to the John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law. “Courts have continually utilized surveys to show evidence of secondary meaning, generieness, dilution, and functionality in trademark…

Basic Facts
Get the Basic Facts About Trademarks – USPTO

Get the Basic Facts About Trademarks What you need to know directly from the USPTO. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is a fee-funded agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The role…

Lanham Act
Does Your Case Involve the Lanham Act?

Does Your Case Involve the Lanham Act? Engage the Lanham Act Survey Experts. Download the Lanham Act Click Here LANHAM ACT ßß 10, 32, 35, 43, 15 U.S.C. ß 1060, 1114, 117, 1125 Sec. 10….

PTO Trademark Law
PTO – Grounds for Refusal of a Mark

PTO – Grounds For Refusal Of A Mark Likelihood of Confusion The USPTO may be required to refuse registration of a mark on numerous grounds. One reason is there is a “Likelihood of Confusion” as…

5 Things
Hiring a Survey Expert Witness? Five Things You Need to Know.

Hiring a Survey Expert Witness? Five Things You Need to Know. Not all survey expert witnesses are equal. Below are five key questions to ask before signing the letter of agreement. A valid and reliable survey…

Intellectual Property Survey – Make Sure You Know the Rules

Intellectual Property Survey? Make sure you know the rules. The following factors courts often consider when determining the admissibility of a Lanham Act survey, to guide its surveys and reports. Specifically, whether the: population was…

Expert Witness
Likelihood of Confusion Consumer Survey Expert

Likelihood of Confusion Consumer Survey Expert Witness Whether you need a testifying survey expert witness or a consulting expert in connection with a Lanham Act case, contact Ms. Harper. Courtroom qualified, she has been retained…

Eveready
Likelihood of Confusion – Does the Eveready Format Make Sense for Your Case?

Likelihood of Confusion Is the Eveready format the right choice for your likelihood of confusion case? Does your case involve trademark or trade dress infringement? If so, a likelihood of confusion consumer survey may be…

Experienced
Litigating a Trademark Case Based on a Genericness Claim?

Litigating a Trademark Case Based on a Genericness Claim? Genericness Survey Methods Explained Does your case involve an alleged generic trademark? A trademark is generic when it is used to identify a category as a whole…

Harper Litigation Consulting and Research
Litigating a Trademark Case That Involves a Secondary Meaning Claim?

Litigating a Trademark Case That Involves a Secondary Meaning Claim? Secondary Meaning Surveys Explained Descriptive marks are not ordinarily protectable as trademarks. If they have acquired a secondary meaning, however, they may be able to…