• UDRP domain name dispute arbitration part 4

    http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Part 4 on the overview of UDRP domain dispute filing complaint, response, final panel decision and right to appeal to federal court or sue under the Antic Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Statute (ACPA) for money damages up to a $100,000 for violation of infringed domain name. Attorney Steve the domain name lawyer knocks these four videos out of the park. A must see for all domain name professionals, and for corporate trademark agents who try to preserve the brand from a trademark prospective.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • URDP domain name lawsuits part 1

    http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Need a overview of how a domain name lawsuit works as to both the trademark lawyer and the accused cybersquatter. Attorney Steve the Domain Dispute attorney talks about these important concepts in a should 4 part videos series. You will learn more than the average bear knows about UDRP domain name disputes.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • Attorney Steve UDRP domain dispute overview part 3

    http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Attorney Steve Vondran, the intellectual property lawyer discusses UDRP and trademark law in this part 3 of a four part legal series. We hope you enjoy it.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • UDRP domain name disputes part 2

    http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Intellectual property law firm discusses the finer points of a UDRP complaint. And how you should respond to a UDRP lawsuit. First the complaint gets filed by the trademark holder, going after the bad-guy (the alleged "cybersquatter"). The complainant has the burden of proof and has three things to prove in the case. Attorney Steve Vondran discusses these important intellectual property points. Using a mind map helps you track the legal issues.

    published: 29 Jul 2014
  • Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy vs. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

    Internet lawyer John Di Giacomo of Revision Legal discusses the differences between a domain dispute under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy and a cybersquatting claim under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

    published: 30 Aug 2013
  • Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 1

    Video 1. Hear basic legal informationon on domain name disputes from an attorney focusing on Internet law, including information on UDRP arbitration, the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act), and what you need to know about URL seizure actions. This video is part one of two. Visit www.utahpatentattorneys.com for more information, or email Steve at steve@uspatentlaw.us.

    published: 04 Jan 2013
  • Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 2

    Video 2. Hear basic legal informationon on domain name disputes from an attorney focusing on Internet law, including information on UDRP arbitration, the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act), and what you need to know about URL seizure actions. This video is part two of two. Visit www.utahpatentattorneys.com for more information, or email Steve at steve@uspatentlaw.us.

    published: 04 Jan 2013
  • Domain Names - Trademarks and Disputes

    Hello everyone! And welcome back to the Keeping it Legit course and Part 2 of legal issues to consider when dealing with domain names. This class will cover the UDRP and how to protect your brand when hostitlies may arise with trademark infringers. This class will ensure you have a fundamental knowledge of how domain name registration, arbitration, and trademark works not only here, but throughout the globe. This class is critical for webmasters and brand owners when they are planning for the future or dealing with potential litigation. Learn how registring your domain name means you agree to comply with arbitration, and how complaints are won and lost based on the three factor test - which includes whether the domain name was registered in bad faith, whether you registered your trade...

    published: 04 Dec 2013
  • Domain Name Arbitration

    This talk is about the arbitration of domain name disputes.

    published: 30 Jun 2014
  • UDRP Domain Name Complaint

    If you have a problem with a cybersquatter or someone with a domain name that is the same or confusingly similar to a trademark you have rights in the UDRP complaint process may be an effective tool for your situation. The UDRP process may allow you to have the domain name transfered to yourself in a quick and cost effective manner.

    published: 06 Nov 2012
  • How to Legally Dispute a Domain Name

    How to Legally Dispute a Domain Name 00:00:44 Method 1 Buying the Domain Name 00:00:51 1 - Find the domain-name registrant using “WHOIS Lookup 00:01:48 2 - Make sure you have trademark rights in your name 00:03:03 3 - Send a cease and desist letter 00:04:05 4 - Negotiate to purchase the domain name 00:05:01 5 - Draft a contract if you purchase the domain name 00:05:43 Method 2 Challenging a Domain Name Using Arbitration 00:05:52 1 - Decide if arbitration is right for you 00:07:51 2 - Find an arbitrator at the ICANN website 00:08:50 3 - Download a model complaint form 00:09:56 4 - Select your type of dispute 00:10:32 5 - Explain how the marks are “confusingly similar 00:11:32 6 - Explain why the domain-name holder has no rights in the name 00:12:23 7 - Specify why the domain-name holder has...

    published: 08 Apr 2017
  • How to Fight Cybersquatting

    How to Fight Cybersquatting 00:01:22 Part 1 Filing a Complaint Under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) 00:01:34 1 - Draft a complaint 00:03:14 2 - Submit the complaint to an approved provider 00:03:59 3 - Await a response 00:04:52 4 - Appoint a panel 00:05:40 5 - Submit evidence 00:06:08 6 - Await the decision 00:07:00 Part 2 Preparing a Lawsuit Under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) 00:07:11 1 - Hire a lawyer 00:08:44 2 - Analyze ACPA 00:09:39 3 - Determine whom (or what) you will sue 00:10:45 Part 3 Filing Your Lawsuit 00:10:52 1 - Decide where to file your lawsuit 00:11:44 2 - Draft your complaint 00:12:43 3 - Fill out your summons 00:13:27 4 - File your lawsuit 00:14:21 5 - Serve the defendant 00:15:03 6 - Await the defendant’s answer 00:15:5...

    published: 27 Mar 2017
  • How to Deal with .cn Domain Name Disputes in China

    This video provides information regarding how to deal with .cn domain name disputes in China, including how to deal with cybersquatting, arbitration and litigation strategies, and the legal standards for domain name trademark rights applied by Chinese courts and arbitration bodies. For more info, visit:http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/how-deal-cn-domain-name-disputes-china March 18, 2011

    published: 19 Feb 2014
  • Arbitrators, Litigators & Fiduciary Imitators - Let’s Get Down to Business – Part 1 of 5

    Sub Headline: Legal Claims Against Financial Advisers & Insurance Agents Synopsis: In general terms the consumer is at the mercy of a professional. Whether it’s auto or home repair, Joe Public doesn’t have the knowledge to assess the estimate or the finished product. It’s no different with financial professionals. In the wealthiest country in the world, we are the least educated when it comes to money matters. Watch the interview with attorney Ilya Lerma. Content: Honestly, how many consumers can read their homeowner’s policy? And even if they did, do they understand it? You would think by now insurance companies would routinely hand the policy owner a summary statement of benefits or some type of crib sheet of contractual imperatives. And if these carriers are thinking about providing d...

    published: 18 May 2017
  • Arizona Compulsory Arbitration Rule 75

    http://www.AttorneySteve.com YES YOU CAN SHARE OUR LEGAL VIDEOS ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITES. PLEASE GIVE A LINK BACK TO ATTORNEYSTEVEVIDEOS.COM. Make sure to subscribe to our legal channel! This is general legal information only and not legal advice or a substitute for legal advice. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to our popular legal channel. We are over 400,000 video views! Thank you all for your support!! Attorney Steve explains Arizona Rule 75 compulsory arbitration for civil cases (ex. breach of contract, domain disputes, intellectual property disputes, illegal filming, right of publicity and other cases) in Arizona. If you need a law firm to represent you in arbitration in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Gilbert or other city or town in Maricopa ...

    published: 19 Jan 2017
  • How to file and register a trademark WITHOUT a lawyer!!!

    http://www.AttorneySteve.com YES YOU CAN SHARE THIS VIDEO ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS. MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL! Attorney Steve does it again, this time with a helpful video for startup companies and individuals looking to register a federal trademark but who may not have the money to hire an intellectual property or trademark lawyer. This video is general legal information only and NOT legal advice or a substitute for legal advice. Trademark registration can be MUCH MORE COMPLEX than highlighted in this video. It is important to always do a thorough trademark search BEFORE applying for a trademark through the USPTO. Once you file, you cannot get your money back. So make sure there is no one else using your trademark before you apply. You can do this by searching ...

    published: 02 Nov 2016
UDRP domain name dispute arbitration part 4

UDRP domain name dispute arbitration part 4

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  • Duration: 4:47
  • Updated: 29 Jul 2014
  • views: 144
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http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Part 4 on the overview of UDRP domain dispute filing complaint, response, final panel decision and right to appeal to federal court or sue under the Antic Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Statute (ACPA) for money damages up to a $100,000 for violation of infringed domain name. Attorney Steve the domain name lawyer knocks these four videos out of the park. A must see for all domain name professionals, and for corporate trademark agents who try to preserve the brand from a trademark prospective.
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URDP domain name lawsuits part 1

URDP domain name lawsuits part 1

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  • Duration: 9:17
  • Updated: 29 Jul 2014
  • views: 377
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http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Need a overview of how a domain name lawsuit works as to both the trademark lawyer and the accused cybersquatter. Attorney Steve the Domain Dispute attorney talks about these important concepts in a should 4 part videos series. You will learn more than the average bear knows about UDRP domain name disputes.
https://wn.com/Urdp_Domain_Name_Lawsuits_Part_1
Attorney Steve UDRP domain dispute overview part 3

Attorney Steve UDRP domain dispute overview part 3

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  • Duration: 9:59
  • Updated: 29 Jul 2014
  • views: 216
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http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Attorney Steve Vondran, the intellectual property lawyer discusses UDRP and trademark law in this part 3 of a four part legal series. We hope you enjoy it.
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UDRP domain name disputes part 2

UDRP domain name disputes part 2

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  • Duration: 9:44
  • Updated: 29 Jul 2014
  • views: 285
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http://vondranlegal.com/udrp-complaints/ Intellectual property law firm discusses the finer points of a UDRP complaint. And how you should respond to a UDRP lawsuit. First the complaint gets filed by the trademark holder, going after the bad-guy (the alleged "cybersquatter"). The complainant has the burden of proof and has three things to prove in the case. Attorney Steve Vondran discusses these important intellectual property points. Using a mind map helps you track the legal issues.
https://wn.com/Udrp_Domain_Name_Disputes_Part_2
Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy vs. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy vs. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

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  • Duration: 7:53
  • Updated: 30 Aug 2013
  • views: 314
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Internet lawyer John Di Giacomo of Revision Legal discusses the differences between a domain dispute under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy and a cybersquatting claim under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act
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Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 1

Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 1

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  • Duration: 6:38
  • Updated: 04 Jan 2013
  • views: 289
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Video 1. Hear basic legal informationon on domain name disputes from an attorney focusing on Internet law, including information on UDRP arbitration, the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act), and what you need to know about URL seizure actions. This video is part one of two. Visit www.utahpatentattorneys.com for more information, or email Steve at steve@uspatentlaw.us.
https://wn.com/Introduction_To_Domain_Name_Disputes,_The_Udrp,_And_The_Acpa_|_Part_1
Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 2

Introduction to Domain Name Disputes, the UDRP, and the ACPA | Part 2

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  • Duration: 6:19
  • Updated: 04 Jan 2013
  • views: 175
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Video 2. Hear basic legal informationon on domain name disputes from an attorney focusing on Internet law, including information on UDRP arbitration, the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act), and what you need to know about URL seizure actions. This video is part two of two. Visit www.utahpatentattorneys.com for more information, or email Steve at steve@uspatentlaw.us.
https://wn.com/Introduction_To_Domain_Name_Disputes,_The_Udrp,_And_The_Acpa_|_Part_2
Domain Names - Trademarks and Disputes

Domain Names - Trademarks and Disputes

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  • Duration: 11:53
  • Updated: 04 Dec 2013
  • views: 738
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Hello everyone! And welcome back to the Keeping it Legit course and Part 2 of legal issues to consider when dealing with domain names. This class will cover the UDRP and how to protect your brand when hostitlies may arise with trademark infringers. This class will ensure you have a fundamental knowledge of how domain name registration, arbitration, and trademark works not only here, but throughout the globe. This class is critical for webmasters and brand owners when they are planning for the future or dealing with potential litigation. Learn how registring your domain name means you agree to comply with arbitration, and how complaints are won and lost based on the three factor test - which includes whether the domain name was registered in bad faith, whether you registered your trademark, and whether the other party has any legitimate interest in the domain name. Not only that, but learn what happens after the legal proceedings and what must be done to remain compliant with the law.
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Domain Name Arbitration

Domain Name Arbitration

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  • Duration: 35:25
  • Updated: 30 Jun 2014
  • views: 82
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This talk is about the arbitration of domain name disputes.
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UDRP Domain Name Complaint

UDRP Domain Name Complaint

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  • Duration: 2:12
  • Updated: 06 Nov 2012
  • views: 252
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If you have a problem with a cybersquatter or someone with a domain name that is the same or confusingly similar to a trademark you have rights in the UDRP complaint process may be an effective tool for your situation. The UDRP process may allow you to have the domain name transfered to yourself in a quick and cost effective manner.
https://wn.com/Udrp_Domain_Name_Complaint
How to Legally Dispute a Domain Name

How to Legally Dispute a Domain Name

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  • Duration: 21:37
  • Updated: 08 Apr 2017
  • views: 1
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How to Legally Dispute a Domain Name 00:00:44 Method 1 Buying the Domain Name 00:00:51 1 - Find the domain-name registrant using “WHOIS Lookup 00:01:48 2 - Make sure you have trademark rights in your name 00:03:03 3 - Send a cease and desist letter 00:04:05 4 - Negotiate to purchase the domain name 00:05:01 5 - Draft a contract if you purchase the domain name 00:05:43 Method 2 Challenging a Domain Name Using Arbitration 00:05:52 1 - Decide if arbitration is right for you 00:07:51 2 - Find an arbitrator at the ICANN website 00:08:50 3 - Download a model complaint form 00:09:56 4 - Select your type of dispute 00:10:32 5 - Explain how the marks are “confusingly similar 00:11:32 6 - Explain why the domain-name holder has no rights in the name 00:12:23 7 - Specify why the domain-name holder has acted in bad faith 00:13:23 8 - State your remedy 00:13:58 9 - Pay your arbitration fees 00:14:34 10 - Wait for the domain-name holder’s response 00:15:12 11 - Receive a decision 00:15:46 Method 3 Disputing a Domain Name in Court 00:15:54 1 - Analyze whether to sue in court 00:17:12 2 - Think about hiring a lawyer 00:18:45 3 - Gather evidence for your trial 00:19:33 4 - File a complaint 00:20:08 5 - Prove that the domain name causes confusion 00:21:01 Tips Content taken from WikiHow http://www.wikihow.com/Legally-Dispute-a-Domain-Name
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How to Fight Cybersquatting

How to Fight Cybersquatting

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  • Duration: 24:58
  • Updated: 27 Mar 2017
  • views: 28
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How to Fight Cybersquatting 00:01:22 Part 1 Filing a Complaint Under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) 00:01:34 1 - Draft a complaint 00:03:14 2 - Submit the complaint to an approved provider 00:03:59 3 - Await a response 00:04:52 4 - Appoint a panel 00:05:40 5 - Submit evidence 00:06:08 6 - Await the decision 00:07:00 Part 2 Preparing a Lawsuit Under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) 00:07:11 1 - Hire a lawyer 00:08:44 2 - Analyze ACPA 00:09:39 3 - Determine whom (or what) you will sue 00:10:45 Part 3 Filing Your Lawsuit 00:10:52 1 - Decide where to file your lawsuit 00:11:44 2 - Draft your complaint 00:12:43 3 - Fill out your summons 00:13:27 4 - File your lawsuit 00:14:21 5 - Serve the defendant 00:15:03 6 - Await the defendant’s answer 00:15:58 Part 4 Taking Part in Pretrial Actions 00:16:06 1 - Conduct discovery 00:17:19 2 - Defend against a motion for summary judgment 00:18:11 3 - Attempt to settle 00:19:31 4 - Attend the final pretrial hearing 00:20:10 Part 5 Going to Trial 00:20:16 1 - Choose a jury 00:21:05 2 - Make an opening statement 00:21:54 3 - Present your case 00:22:45 4 - Cross-examine witnesses 00:23:29 5 - Give your closing argument 00:24:08 6 - Await the verdict Content taken from WikiHow http://www.wikihow.com/Fight-Cybersquatting
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How to Deal with .cn Domain Name Disputes in China

How to Deal with .cn Domain Name Disputes in China

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  • Duration: 22:02
  • Updated: 19 Feb 2014
  • views: 475
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This video provides information regarding how to deal with .cn domain name disputes in China, including how to deal with cybersquatting, arbitration and litigation strategies, and the legal standards for domain name trademark rights applied by Chinese courts and arbitration bodies. For more info, visit:http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/how-deal-cn-domain-name-disputes-china March 18, 2011
https://wn.com/How_To_Deal_With_.Cn_Domain_Name_Disputes_In_China
Arbitrators, Litigators & Fiduciary Imitators - Let’s Get Down to Business – Part 1 of 5

Arbitrators, Litigators & Fiduciary Imitators - Let’s Get Down to Business – Part 1 of 5

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  • Duration: 10:31
  • Updated: 18 May 2017
  • views: 24
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Sub Headline: Legal Claims Against Financial Advisers & Insurance Agents Synopsis: In general terms the consumer is at the mercy of a professional. Whether it’s auto or home repair, Joe Public doesn’t have the knowledge to assess the estimate or the finished product. It’s no different with financial professionals. In the wealthiest country in the world, we are the least educated when it comes to money matters. Watch the interview with attorney Ilya Lerma. Content: Honestly, how many consumers can read their homeowner’s policy? And even if they did, do they understand it? You would think by now insurance companies would routinely hand the policy owner a summary statement of benefits or some type of crib sheet of contractual imperatives. And if these carriers are thinking about providing disclosure, why can’t it be in the language of the consumer? For all the disclosures, disclaimers and caveats that are published by insurance companies and even investment houses, certain contractual semantics heavily favor the institutions, not the consumer or investor. Bottom line Joe Public doesn’t have a chance unless he/she litigates through arbitration or, God forbid, take their agent or adviser to court. In recent years, a rash of fake fiduciaries, which in the end are just insurance agents, financial advisers and money professionals, may not meet the standards of a fiduciary and shouldn’t be holding themselves out as one. When the public thinks of financial fiduciaries, they list CPAs, attorneys or trust officers. Even fee based registered investment advisers make the list by offering fee only – no commission products. Now this is not to say the others couldn’t attain to a fiduciary status, but in arbitration those who hold themselves out as fiduciaries and fail the definition, are opening themselves to greater scrutiny, especially if their online bios tout an area of expertise. Legal claims could center on the marketing approach the individual or firm uses in the public domain like ‘retirement expert’ or ‘top money manager’. If things go awry for the consumer or investor, their advocates will look to the advertising and other slogans in media and online for evidence to label the actions of the financial professional as ineptness to outright fraud. That’s not even incorporating errors and omissions that seem to occur with a great degree of frequency. It’s better to promote your services with a bit of humility, rather than billboard bravado. Most financial professionals are not ready to give creditable evidence to support their advertising claims in the public domain. Syndicated financial columnist Steve Savant interviews attorney Ilya Lerma. Let's Get Down to Business is an hour-long financial talk show for financial professionals distributed online in 5 ten-minute video press releases Monday through Friday to 280 media outlets, social media networks and industry portals. (www.lifesizesolutions.com) https://youtu.be/19jLhkF9P6g
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Arizona Compulsory Arbitration Rule 75

Arizona Compulsory Arbitration Rule 75

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  • Duration: 4:14
  • Updated: 19 Jan 2017
  • views: 33
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http://www.AttorneySteve.com YES YOU CAN SHARE OUR LEGAL VIDEOS ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITES. PLEASE GIVE A LINK BACK TO ATTORNEYSTEVEVIDEOS.COM. Make sure to subscribe to our legal channel! This is general legal information only and not legal advice or a substitute for legal advice. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to our popular legal channel. We are over 400,000 video views! Thank you all for your support!! Attorney Steve explains Arizona Rule 75 compulsory arbitration for civil cases (ex. breach of contract, domain disputes, intellectual property disputes, illegal filming, right of publicity and other cases) in Arizona. If you need a law firm to represent you in arbitration in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Gilbert or other city or town in Maricopa county, Yavapai, Yuma, or flagstaff, call us for a free initial consultation at (877) 276-5084.
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How to file and register a trademark WITHOUT a lawyer!!!

How to file and register a trademark WITHOUT a lawyer!!!

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  • Duration: 25:29
  • Updated: 02 Nov 2016
  • views: 48
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http://www.AttorneySteve.com YES YOU CAN SHARE THIS VIDEO ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS. MAKE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL! Attorney Steve does it again, this time with a helpful video for startup companies and individuals looking to register a federal trademark but who may not have the money to hire an intellectual property or trademark lawyer. This video is general legal information only and NOT legal advice or a substitute for legal advice. Trademark registration can be MUCH MORE COMPLEX than highlighted in this video. It is important to always do a thorough trademark search BEFORE applying for a trademark through the USPTO. Once you file, you cannot get your money back. So make sure there is no one else using your trademark before you apply. You can do this by searching the internet. Search for domain registrations that may be similar. Search on Google. You can Thomson Thomson to run a detailed paid search. You should also try to pick "arbitrary and fanciful" names as opposed to suggestive and descriptive terms. In other words "Nike" or "Xerox" are better names than "Sports Shoes Company" or "Copy Paper Inc." Be creative - think out of the box. Also, keep in mind there are many different things you can get a trademark (for goods) or service mark (for services) for. Examples are: 1. Your company logo 2. A slogan you use in your business 3. Nicknames (ex. "Johnny Football") 4. Your business name These are just a few of the common examples. At any rate, this video should help you understand what lawyers do when filing a trademark. This is the same process companies like LegalZoom do. So in short YOU CAN DO IT without a lawyer if you take time to read the screens, and watch some of their helpful videos the USPTO offers. If you need help and are willing to pay a LOW FLAT RATE FEE - we can help you. We can also help with the following: 1. Trademark name searches (we can help you pick a good mark to build your brand on) 2. Registering trademarks and service marks 3. Responding to office action letters (refusals or denials) from the trademark examiner 4. Cease and desist letters 5. Trademark arbitration, mediation, litigation 6. Domain name disputes For more information, call us at (877) 276-5084 or click on the link at the top of this page to go to our corporate homepage. As we like to say - we are The First Name In Legal Services" Hope you enjoyed this video!! Check out our others.
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