Trademark Attorney, Lawyer: Trademark Registration & Trademark Infringement: How to Register a Trademark & Copyright for a Catchphrase.

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Monday, 18 February 2008


Catchphrases are tough to register as a trademark. Do they really reflect source and origin? If so, you can trademark a catchphrase. If not, achieving trademark registration could be difficult. It is best to trust a trademark attorney so that you know how to build your catchphrase into trade mark worthy phrase.

But you have to use the catch phrase as a brand in order to get trademark rights. It must distinguish your goods and services from others in the market place.

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