Author Archives: William C. Groh

What is an infringing trademark?

An infringing trademark is likely to confuse consumers about the source of the goods or services the mark is being used to advertise. It can lead consumers to believe the advertised goods or services come from somewhere other than where they really come from. It can also cause consumers to believe the goods are endorsed […]

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Copyright, Trademark or Patent: Which Is Right for Me?

If you’re an artist, inventor or other creative person, knowing the difference between copyrights, trademarks and patents is crucial to preserving the rights to your creations. The internet makes it easier than ever to steal someone else’s work, take credit for it and even make money from it. Many laypeople don’t understand the difference between […]

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