Welcome to a series about the threat and impact of questionable trademarks. Scroll to the bottom for an ordered list of posts, or go to the Index.
Trademark System Bias
This series of posts explores trademark system bias. It does this in the context of the print-on-demand industry. My goal is to illustrate how trademark system bias results in faulty trademarks, affecting us all.
Only You Can Stop Faulty Trademarks
The best way to overcome trademark system bias is for you to do your part. As in, every business owner must get involved.
You don’t need to care about print-on-demand to benefit from this series. Because a picture is worth a thousand words. First, you’ll see how to apply legal concepts to the print-on-demand (novelty) industry. Then you’ll begin to understand how to apply them to your industry.
Part 1b is a ridiculous “Beach Story” poem that offers you a bird’s-eye view of the series
Everything else flows from these first two posts.
So this isn’t your normal beach story. This is a “Cautionary Trademark Tale” beach story. I wrote it to help normal people understand trademark issues. It illustrates how trademark system bias affects us all.
Trademarks referenced by this series are included only to illustrate how Trademark System Bias affects outcomes. See more. All opinions are my own. I'm not an attorney and you're not my client.
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