Category Archives: Post-Registration

“Naked” Licenses

Failure to exert quality control, or otherwise properly supervise the nature and quality of a licensee’s use of your trademarks, results in what’s known as a “naked license” that can strip your company (or client) of its trademark rights. Why … Continue reading

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When Filing Maintenance Documents: Beware!

1613.17(a) Correcting Deficiencies in Affidavits or Declarations Timely Filed Within the Periods Set Forth in § 71(a) of the Act If the affidavit or declaration is filed during the periods set forth in § 71(a) of the Act (i.e., during … Continue reading

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