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- Entertainment & Sports Law
- Business Law
- Communications & Internet Law
- Intellectual Property
- Landlord Tenant
Additional Practice Area
- Digital Media
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- U of Wisconsin
- California State Bar  # 249344
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131 Questions Answered
- Q. Hello! I am a musician looking to trademark my stage name. I just have a specific question
- A: There’s a few different avenues to take here which will require a longer discussion. If you want to discuss all of your options, shoot me an email at email@example.com and we can set a time for a call next week. I’d be happy to explain everything and help set you up with all the marks you need.
- Q. Sold our business. In the agreement we also sold the trademark. What does the new owner need to do to change ownership?
- A: You'll need to execute a Trademark Assignment Agreement which effectively assigns the trademark and any goodwill associated with the mark to the new owner. Then that Owner can file an amendment with the USPTO. If you need assistance with any of this feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
- Q. For Assumption of Risk and Release forms, do you need to have an LLC or an Inc to be legally binding?
- A: The short answer is no, you don’t need to be a legal entity to contract in this manner. But... Your question raises some potential red flags that aren’t easily discussed in this Q&A forum. I think you would benefit by by seeking the direct advice of an attorney here. If you would Like to discuss feel free to email me at email@example.com and we can set a time for a call.
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