Marked for Life: Trademark Basics from Service to Goods
About this Program
Companies of all sorts uses names, slogans, and even colors and scents to advertise and protect their brands. In this highly informative program, Attorney William Delgado provides viewers with the building blocks needed to understand how each of these items can (or cannot) be used as a mark. He will begin by discussing what constitutes a mark, and what types of claims typically arise surrounding one. He will also discuss the registration process, prominent case law, and defenses to a trademark infringement claim. Mr. Delgado briefly discusses international protection as well.
I. Types of Marks
II. What Can be Trademarked?
III. How to Become a Trademark Owner
IV. The Federal Registration of Trademarks
V. A Brief Overview of Trademark Litigation
Very clearly and well explained.
Crisp, clear video and audio. Clear, logical, interesting presentation.
Good course. Good material. I would recommend. I would not say amazing but very very good and well done.
The speaker covered a lot of topics in a short period of time. Very interesting comments in regard to trademark litigation.
Excellent course; speaker presentation was clear and used examples well to illustrate all trademark issues
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Excellent refresher course on the basics of trademark law. Well done!
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Excellent presentation for non-IP lawyers