Understanding Trademark Law is the perfect book to help you understand trademark law. It covers everything from the importance of using a unique mark to avoiding unfair competition. In addition, the book provides an overview of the latest changes in the trademark law, and what you can do if you think you have violated a law. The author also discusses unfair competition and the rights and obligations that trademark owners have.
The authors of Understanding Trademark Law have provided a clear, accessible explanation of federal trademark laws and unfair competition doctrines. The book explores the standards for obtaining federal registration, remedies available to registered and common law mark owners, and the range of applicable defenses. They also discuss the substantive and procedural laws governing traditional infringement, false advertisement, and cybersquatting. The book ends with a summary and recommendations on how to navigate the most important trademark cases.
In order to navigate the law, you’ll need to understand trademarks. A trademark is a word, symbol, or design that identifies a source of goods or services. A trademark is used to identify a product/service. It is protected by its owner. This interactive CALI Lesson will show you how to protect and research your trademark. It provides historical background and secondary sources, as well as international materials, as well as current awareness tools.