Does a state registered trademark supersede a federally registered trademark?
A trademark is something that a producer of a product uses to distinguish its products from the competition. Traditionally a trademark is thought of as a word, phrase or symbol, however just about anything that
A copyright is a set of exclusive rights granted to the creator of a new copyrighted work. Copyright law grants the owner of a copyright the exclusive right to reproduce, distribute, display, perform, transmit and
A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted to the inventor of a new invention. A patent grants its owner the exclusive right to make, use, sell or import the patent invention within the
A trademark is something used to identify the products of a particular manufacturer or seller and distinguish them from the products of another. 15 U.S.C. § 1127. Traditionally a trademark is thought of as a
A copyright protects an original work of authorship. Books, photographs, paintings, music, movies and computer software are all works which can be granted copyright protection. A copyright is granted to the creator of a new
A patent grants its owner the exclusive right to make, use, sell and import the invention claimed in the patent. A patent is granted to the inventor of a new, useful and not obvious invention.
A trademark is something that a manufacturer uses to identify that they are the source of a product. Traditionally a trademark was a word, phrase or symbol used to label the product but it is