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Registering a Trademark in the U.S:

Federal trademark registration offers a number of benefits to the trademark owner:

  • the right to use the mark nationwide, except in geographical areas where it is already used by others,
  • the right to bring an infringement lawsuit in federal court to recover damages and other remedies,
  • the mark becoming "incontestable" after five years.

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Trademarks in the state of Alaska:

According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, over 730 trademarks were filed from the state of Alaska between 2008 and 2010, including over 250 trademarks filed in 2010.

State: AK 2008 2009 2010
Trademarks Filed over 250 trademarks over 230 trademarks over 250 trademarks



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Trademarks News In Anchorage - Google News

Anchorage Dials Down Distressed Holdings as Junk Rally Rolls On
Bloomberg
Anchorage Capital Group decreased its exposure to distressed and restructured investments in the first half of the year, warning that investors weren't getting paid enough to take risks, according to an investor letter obtained by Bloomberg. The fund ...



Charlo Greene, Stoner Reporter Who Quit on Air, Faces 54 Years
Newsmax
Greene's "F*** it, I quit" on-air resignation at KTVA in Anchorage became a viral sensation in September 2014, getting more than 13 million views on YouTube, after she revealed she was the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club. The club was the subject of ...
Reporter who quit on air to fight for pot legalization faces decades in prisonThe Guardian
Alaska reporter "F*ck it, I quit" on live tv. Quits on air! (Extended) KTVA - YouTubeYouTube
'F**k It I Quit' Reporter Charlo Greene Could Face 24 Years in Prison ? High TimesHigh Times

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Supreme Court will decide if offensive names like 'Redskins' and 'Slants' can be trademarked
Alaska Dispatch News
The Justice Department appealed to the Supreme Court and argued that awarding a trademark is a government benefit, not a limit on private speech. The law "does not prohibit any speech, proscribe any conduct or restrict the use of any trademark," the ...

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Anchorage is so warm this year it has to import snow for the Iditarod
Grist
To avoid the tribulations of slushy mushing, a snow-bereft Anchorage is importing snow for the beginning of the race. An Alaska Railroad spokesperson told Alaska Dispatch News that 300 cubic yards of snow will be transported by train from Fairbanks ...

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