Last updated on May 25th, 2020
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This series examines why so many bad trademarks are registered, how it affects the print-on-demand industry, and what you can do to help.
Letter of Protest Form – USPTO’s form to protest trademark applications that should not register. To properly complete the form, review my Letter of Protest posts and/or join a group.
Fear is Not the Boss of You is a fun, story-rich, biblical guide to overcoming fear, explaining where fear started, how to identify your next step, and what to expect when you take action. Here’s my 4-minute summary.
Trademark attorneys are just as likely as creatives to apply for unregistrable trademarks. USPTO is duty-bound to issue valid registrations.
The USPTO system is biased in favor of faulty registrations for print-on-demand. One big factor is the limited case law available to examiners.
This post uses the LIFE IS GOOD trademark as a case study to demonstrate how myopic refusals unintentionally strengthen weak trademarks.
This post explains how USPTO helps creatives register questionable trademarks by teaching them how to overcome an ornamental refusal.