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Separately. Patents and trademarks are entirely unrelated kinds of intellectual property. Indeed, in some cases, they are handled by different agencies (such as in Europe, with the EPO for patents and the EUIPO for trademarks).


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Starting point for you is to see all the brochures, investor reports, annual reports and website of said company for relevant patent numbers. if you find them its good if not then you switch to patent search websites. You have to check both utility patents and design patents if related integrated circuits too. the way to search will be searching by ...


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Camila, doing an inventor search on the USPTO website, I found Frank W. Jandl listed as a co-inventor on US Patent No. 4,110,977. You can download a copy of the patent in PDF form here.


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I Googled "tmclass harmonised" and selected this link which contains the following: The Harmonised Database contains more than 70 000 terms from which our users can select the goods and services for which they seek protection in their trade mark applications. This database is used in the European Union Intellectual Property Office's (EUIPO) online trade ...


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First, let me remind you of the great saying: "Nothing personal, it's business" - in this respect I suggest take a proper license or assignment from the patent owner. Second, and more importantly, it is the responsibility of the patent owner to catch the thieves and place them before the authorities - if you have no legal standing vis-a-vis the said patent ...


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In short an assignment of IP rights with scope of worldwide means that all rights of IP are assigned to second party. Further it also comes to specific clauses of assignments which can restrict to exclusive or non-exclusive mode, specific patent number or portfolio. to cut short if exclusive rights are given then all IP belongs to new holder along with ...


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It shouldn't. even if you didn't label it metallic gold, you should be able to use it if you can prove you are the owner and forgot to specify it. Or see if you can edit your TM.


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