Frequently Asked Questions
Can I obtain a U.S. federal trademark registration for anything?
No. You cannot apply for marks that are either generic in nature or that are likely to be confused with prior registered marks. A mark is considered generic in nature when it has no ability to distinguish one's products and/or services from others. Generic marks usually consist of widely-used terms or phrases, such as using BOTTLED WATER to sell bottled water.
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