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To be registered, a trademark must be associated with a trademark "class." A "trademark class search" is intended to help a trademark owner identify the correct trademark class for the purposes of completing a trademark registration application. It is best to have experienced trademark attorneys -- like the ones at Revision Legal -- conduct your…READ MORE
You can find a video gaming lawyer here at Revision Legal. We have the experience and legal skills to provide the various types of services that video gaming developers and video gaming companies need. We invite you to call us at 231-714-0100 or 855-473-8474 or use our "Contact Us" page. We have decades of experience…READ MORE
In copyright law, derivative works are original works of authorship that are based on earlier original works of authorship. For example, a sequel to a book or movie is a "derivative" work if characters or storylines and elements carry over from the original to the sequel. Many derivative works "cross artistic fields," such as motion…READ MORE
Trademarks and trade dress are both legally protected under U.S. trademark laws. Both serve the "trademark function" of allowing consumers to identify, with a glance, the commercial source of some product or service. Both must be unique, and both can be protected from infringement by those using the same or a confusingly similar trademark or…READ MORE