Trademark Counselling, Procurement, and Enforcement
In today’s increasingly crowded marketplace, it is important for every company to distinguish itself from the competition by building a strong brand. A company’s brand and trademarks can be its most valuable assets. Implementing deliberate strategies to create, protect and enforce one or more trademarks is critical to establishing and maintaining a valuable brand. We provide trademark counselling services to clients ranging from start-ups in the initial phases of establishing their company identity to established business with multiple brands and trademarks.
We also provide trademark services that are specially tailored to the cannabis industry. Taking the right steps to distinguish and protect your brand in this burgeoning industry can be particularly challenging, but a small investment in a sound branding and trademark strategy offers the potential to deliver substantial returns in the form of enhanced consumer recognition, increased company valuation, licensing opportunities, etc. The unique and constantly evolving legal landscape in this industry presents many trademark practice roadblocks that attorneys unfamiliar with the industry are ill-equipped to deal with. Expert counselling and strategies for navigating branding and trademark procurement challenges for businesses across the cannabis industry is just one of the comprehensive services our Cannabis Law practice offers.
Rose Law Group pc provides services related to a wide range of trademark concerns including:
- Branding and trademark selection counselling
- Trademark clearance searching and analysis
- Trademark audits
- Federal and state trademark procurement
- Trademark licensing and acquisition
- Trademark portfolio management
- Counselling regarding proper use and marking
- Monitoring services
- Third-party proceedings, including Letters of Protest, Oppositions, and Cancellations
- Enforcement actions and conflict resolution
- Cannabis industry trademark selection, clearance, and procurement services
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By Axios A planned merger between Kroger and Albertsons would consolidate two of the biggest companies in the Valley’s grocery store market. Yes, but: It’s unclear exactly what a merger would mean for Arizona shoppers. Driving the news: Kroger, which owns Fry’s Food Stores, and Albertsons, which owns Safeway, announced on Oct. 14 that they planned to merge, Axios’ Nathan
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George Finn, Rose Law Group transactional and estate planning attorney, explains why new IRS portability rule is ‘huge for estates’
By Alessandra Malito | Market Watch Ultrawealthy families with millions of dollars to leave behind as inheritances will save a lot on taxes thanks to the Internal Revenue Service’s latest portability rule. Individuals can give up to $12.06 million tax-free to their children and other nonspousal beneficiaries during their lifetime or upon death, under limits for 2022. Anything above that