Yuppie Puppy Studios - C/O L Richard Neely - 516 Harwell Street - Burkburnett, Texas 76354
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All Rights Reserved
Up Dated 2016
Use of YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS Company Name & Service Marks
1. Do not omit a footnote/attribution for YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS and its service/certification marks.
2. Do not alter the approved YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS Service/certification mark or other YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS service/certification mark names.
3. Do not create any new logo for YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS or YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS service/certification names.
4. Do not incorporate any YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS Service names and certification mark names into your company's product/service names.
5. Do not incorporate any YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS service mark names into the root domain of any Web site owned by your company.
6. Do not use any YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS service/certification marks in taglines.
7. Do not connect your company service name with YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS service or YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS service/certification mark names.
8. Do not use the YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS service mark or Service mark names for a service as a noun, or in the plural form.
Do not misspell and always capitalize - YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS (sm) business name Service marks and YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS sm Service and Certification word marks.
Owner of the Marks Reserve All Rights Under the Trademarks Laws of the Untied States of America, other Countries or both.
When referencing our (Trademarks) Service and/or Certification "Word" Marks a Hyperlink shall be provided to our appropriate named Web site domains or domain site page.
Notice: Although the World Wide Web is growing faster daily, be assured Infringements and/or Dilution uses of owners Trademarks are eventually discovered. When discovered trademark owners have the right to prosecute.
Warning: The "Lanham Act" provides for Trademark owners the right to recover all attorney fees, court costs and damages from infringers and dilutors.
Copyright infringement is the use of works protected by copyright law without permission, infringing certain exclusive rights granted to the copyright holder, such as the right to reproduce, distribute, display or perform the protected work, or to make derivative works. The copyright holder is typically the work's creator, or a publisher or other business to whom copyright has been assigned
The text and marks appearing on this website unless otherwise indicated are Copyright, Common Law or Registered Trademarks and all respective marks, logos, emblems, slogans, designs images, graphics, animations, videos, music are the All Rights Reserved Intellectual property of and claimed by
(a.) Owners - Lawrence R. Neely & Pamela C. Neely as;
(b.) indicated by the Copyright Symbol © and Trademark Common Law Mark - sm - (Symbol) or the Registration Trademark Symbol ®
(c.) may not be reproduced, distributed, modified and
(d.) reposted to other websites without the express written permission of the owners of Yuppie Puppy Studios - Pamela C. Neely & Lawrence R. Neely
If you receive a Notice of Trademark or Copyright Infringement please note; due to security concerns electronically submitted (e-mail) replies, questions, or request for information concerning our - Marks may not always be accepted or processed.
Accordingly all replies, question, requests for information must be submitted by U.S. Postal mail to the following address:
Trademarks & Brands
Lawrence R. Neely & Pamela C. Neely
YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS
What is a Trademark ?
A trademark is quite different from either a copyright or a patent. A trademark is any word, name, symbol ordevice, or any combination thereof, that serves to identify and distinguish the source of one party's goods or services from those of another party. A service mark is the same as a trademark, except that it identifies and distinguishes the source of services rather than goods. In this report, the terms "trademark" and "mark" are intended to refer to both types of marks
What is trademark infringement?
Trademark infringement is the interference with or violation of another party’s trademark rights through the unauthorized use of that party’s mark or a confusingly similar mark. The basic test for trademark infringement is whether the use of a trademark by one party is such that it can create a dilution of the marks distinctiveness and the likelihood of confusion among consumers in the relevant marketplace ( the relevant market place includes Internet Advertising) in relation to an identical or similar trademark belonging to another party. A trademark does not have to be an exact copy of another mark in order to be considered infringing.
The most common standards for infringement are:
(a) close similarity of a mark and its associated goods and/or services to a established mark and its associated goods and/or services; or/and
(b) use of a mark that creates a likelihood of confusion, in the course of trade, with a established mark among potential consumers.
(See "Federal Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2006" below)
Notification of a Trademark or Copyright Infringement
If you received a Notification of a Trademark or Copyright Infringement from us and your intent is anything other than the immediate and complete removal, deletion and destruction of the infringing uses of our Trademark Marks or Copyright material then it is strongly recommended that you seek not just any Attorney but the appropriate Trademark or Copyright Attorney for advice.
There are Attorneys and then there are Trademark Attorneys and Copyright Attorneys.
We are not Attorney's so we will not debate with you your interpretations of Trademark or Copyright Law.
That is why we have and seek the advice of Trademark and Copyright Attorneys to help us protect our Intellectual Property. We suggest you acquire the appropriate attorney also if your intent is anything other than respecting our Intellectual Property Owner Rights.
The Federal Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2006 expanded the scope of rights granted to distinctive trademarks and famous marks under the Lanham Act. Dilution differs from normal trademark infringement in that there is no need to prove a likelihood of confusion to protect a mark. Instead, all that is required is that use of a "distinctive mark or famous mark" by a third party causes the dilution of the "distinctive quality" of the mark.
SEC. 2. DILUTION BY BLURRING; DILUTION BY TARNISHMENT.
Section 43 of the Trademark Act of 1946 (15 U.S.C. 1125) is amended
(1) by striking subsection (c) and inserting the following:
(c) DILUTION BY BLURRING; DILUTION BY TARNISHMENT.
(1) INJUNCTIVE RELIEF. Subject to the principles of equity,
the owner of a famous mark that is distinctive, inherently
or through acquired distinctiveness, shall be entitled to an
injunction against another person who, at any time after the
owners mark has become famous, commences use of a mark
or trade name in commerce that is likely to cause dilution
by blurring or dilution by tarnishment of the famous mark,
regardless of the presence or absence of actual or likely confusion,
of competition, or of actual economic injury.
Following are general guideline rules for proper usage of:
YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS trade/service/certification word marks.
1. The first use of any and each of YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS trade/service/certification word marks mentioned in communications must identify
YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS as the source of the trade/service mark, certification marks used and be shown in a footnote or attribution.
The attribution must be located either on the same page/screen where the trade/service/certification mark is used. Please note that laws concerning use of trademarks /service/certification marks or service name word marks vary by country. Always consult an *Attorney a for additional guidelines. (*Trademark Attorney is recommended)
Example: GROOMOLOGY®, GROOMOLOGIST® (must contain an R with a Circle around it) indicating the marks are Registered by the PTO and owned by Lawrence R. & Pamela C Neely of Yuppie Puppy Studios sm
2. First reference in text to all YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS trade/service/certification "word" mark names should be followed by the proper trade/service/certification mark symbol. The proper symbol for registered trade/service/certification word marks is ® (R - with a circle around it).
The proper symbol for trade/service/certification word mark names which are the subject of pending PTO registration applications or are used in accordance with common law trademark principles is - TM or SM.
Examples: The GROOMOLOGIST® of YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS SM can handle your pets grooming needs. The GROOMOLOGY® pet grooming studies and GROOMOLOGIST® pet grooming practices at YUPPIE PUPPY STUDIOS SM provides peace of mind to pet owners. Rules for marking trade/service/certification names differ by country. You may need to seek guidance from a trademark professional.
3. Service names / "word" marks should be used as an adjective qualifying a noun that is a generic description of the product or service.
The service "word" mark names should also be used in a singular form. Example: Three GROOMOLOGIST® are available to provide pet grooming.
4. Do not change the form or representation of the trade/service/certification "word" mark names, including capitalization or punctuation.
Correct Example: - GROOMOLOGIST®, to an incorrect capitalization or spelling, incorrect example: groomologist's.
5. Provide Hyperlinks to the appropriate web site domain name file names when referencing any of our business Trade aka-Service or certifying marks.