The US Supreme Court will hear argument as to whether a lower court ruling weakening the prohibition on "vulgar" trademarks should stand - Detroit Trademark Attorney John Hilla (734) 743-1489
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A Bankruptcy Court has ruled that omissions or misstatements on applications for public benefits prior to a bankruptcy filing can give a creditor a basis for obtaining a ruling that a debt scheduled in the later bankruptcy owed to that agency is not dischargeable - Detroit Michigan Bankruptcy Attorney John Hilla (734) 743-1489
Stylizing a logo from verbiage already utilized in someone else's registered trademark or word mark will not protect your application from opposition if the goods and services for which the mark is utilized are similar. Attorney John Hilla (734) 743-1489
Michigan's Construction Lien Act now allows design professionals (architects surveyors, and engineers) to record a notice of their contract for services upon execution. Attorney John Hilla can assist you with the drafting, noticing, and recording of your interest. (734) 743-1489
An Office Action is a response to a trademark registration initiated by the US Patent and Trademark Office when the attorney assigned to examine your registration has concerns about your application. Detroit Trademark Attorneys - (734) 743-1489
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