• Leslie Marshall Interviews Karen Bernstein

    Leslie Marshall Interviews Karen J. Bernstein

    Karen J. Bernstein appeared on the Leslie Marshall Show to discuss the Right to be Forgotten Ruling against Google in Europe. Original Air Date: May 16, 2014 Listen Here:

  • Lawyer Fights Texas To Keep His Domain Name

    Lawyer Fights Texas To Keep His Domain Name

    A Texas worker’s compensation attorney convinced a federal appeals court to send his case back to the trial court to reconsider the issue of whether he is entitled to keep his domain name, “Texasworkerscomplaw.com.”  This is not a typical domain dispute brought under the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) or the Anti-Cybersquatting Protection Act (ACPA).  […]

  • Victoria Secret Loses UDRP to Brothel

    Victoria Secret Loses UDRP to Brothel

    In an unusual and interesting ruling, WIPO denied Victoria’s Secret complaint against a brothel for transfer of the domain name, Victoriassecrets.com.au.  (Victoria’s Secret Stores Brand Management v. Pickard, Case No. DAU2012-0015 (WIPO July 3, 2012) Victoria’s Secret is very active in bringing domain disputes over any use of its name and it usually wins, but […]

  • I Want to Register a Trademark

    Please contact Bernstein IP today to see if you qualify to file an ITU Application and we will send you a Fee Schedule.

    Under United States Law you can establish rights in a trademark simply by using it.  However, owning a federal trademark registration on the Principal Register provides several key advantages: Constructive notice to the public of your ownership of the trademark Your exclusive right to use the trademark nationwide The law recognizing your federal trademark registration […]

  • Why Do I Want a Trademark Clearance Search?

    contact Bernstein IP for a Comprehensive Trademark Clearance Search today.

    Why do you conduct a trademark clearance search? Because you should know before you invest all the time and money to develop a product or service if your new brand or service is already being called the same thing as you.  A simple search of the USPTO trademark database does not necessarily provide you with […]

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