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Gerben Law Firm's Trademark Blog

"This trademark blog and informational section of the Web site is meant to provide you with answers to commonly asked questions about trademark searching, filing and registration.

As a trademark attorney who has worked on over 5,000 United States Patent and Trademark Office trademark filings, I have accumulated a lot of experience on various trademark issues. My hope is that I, along with our experienced trademark and copyright attorneys, can share some of that experience with you through this blog.

Please enjoy the information and feel free to contact our attorneys if we can answer any trademark questions for you."

Josh Gerben, Esq.,
Trademark Attorney

Latest articles

What Trademark Owners Need to Know About Brexit

On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom voted on a public referendum to leave the European Union. This referendum, known as “Brexit” (a combination of Britain & Exit) and has put the future of British [...]

Father’s Day as a Trademark Attorney: A Few Trademark Battles Fought Over Dad-Related Trademarks

Last week, the attorneys and staff at Gerben Law Firm celebrated Father’s Day with their families. Now, being trademark attorneys, they found some time to reflect on some dad-related intellectual property disputes. Superman v. Super...dad? [...]

Supreme Court: Ban on Disparaging Trademarks is Unconstitutional

In a decision that will have a huge impact on the United States trademark system, the Supreme Court held that the federal law (the Lanham Act) which allows the USPTO to refuse to register “disparaging” [...]

Therapists Need Trademarks in Highly Competitive Physical Therapy Market

Trademark protection is essential for physical therapists and their practices. By effectively securing trademark rights, including a federal trademark registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, physical therapists protect one of their most [...]

Odd and Offbeat Trademark Filings

Almost anything can act as a trademark. A sound, a smell, even a motion. Anything that is capable of distinguishing a distinct source of a product or service can be registered as a trademark.  With this [...]