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Trademarks: Intellectual Property Audits, Part 3 of 4

Welcome back to the third installment of our IP Audit part 3 of 4.  This section will focus on trademarks.  Did you know that trademarks can be registered on the state or federal level?  A person conducting business across state lines is recommended to file federally.  As part of any company’s due diligence, it is […]

Jo-Anne Yau Presenting Trademark Law Basics to Orange Park Businesses: Dec. 10, 2010

  Jo-Anne Yau, of the Yau Law firm, will be presenting “From Emblems to Empires:  Using Trademarks to Promote, Protect, and Produce Business”  to local businesses on Friday, December 10, 2010, from 11-2.  The seminar will be presented at Water’s Kitchen, in Orange Park, Florida. Entrepreneurs and business owners will learn how to identify their trademarks, […]

Not a Simple Logo Change for University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux

Since 1930, The University of North Dakota has been using the “Fighting Sioux” as their logo.  However, in mid 2009, North Dakota was the nation’s last college to challenge an NCAA decree against American Indian mascots and images.  Although an NCAA lawsuit forced the school to reconsider, and the state Board of Higher Education said […]

Jo-Anne Yau’s Article Published in Entrepreneurs Anchor Magazine: “Trademarks, Copyrights & Patents for the Entrepreneur”

     Jo-Anne Yau has an article published on page 19 of the latest issue of Entrepreneur’s Anchor magazine.  The article is a guide for business owners to distinguish between their trademarks, copyrights, and patents, and how to protect each of them.  The success of a business depends on its uniqueness and innovation.  As an Intellectual Property and Franchising […]