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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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The U.S. Coast Guard last month suspended its proposal to add 10 anchorage sites after much public disapproval. This fall, the Coast Guard will conduct a Ports and Waterways Safety Assessment, or PAWSA. Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney wants to ...



Supreme Court strikes down law banning disparaging trademarks
Alaska Dispatch News
WASHINGTON ? The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a law that prohibits the government from registering trademarks that "disparage" others violates the First Amendment, a decision that could impact the Washington Redskins' efforts to hang on to its ...
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Alaska Hikers Mauled: 3 Kids Cross Path With Mama Grizzly
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Three Alaska hikers were mauled after crossing paths with a grizzly bear and her two cubs while they were hiking in a heavily wooded area just north of Anchorage. Two aggressive bears in the same area were killed this week. Anchorage authorities said ...

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Set the gas line aside; go for more oil
Alaska Dispatch News
An easily excitable friend wondered the other day: If Alaska is an oil state, which it most certainly is, and if it has a spending problem, which it most certainly does, why is it dorking around, spending boatloads of cash on a mega-LNG project when ...

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