Trademark Registry Business Serving 10 Countries. Recently Launched and Doing Well Already

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Intro

Regmarker is an online international trademark law firm registering trademarks in 10 territories namely; United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, China, Europe, Pakistan, Brazil, Australia, Russia and Mexico.

The company was recently launched in July and has already made 9 high ticket sales.

This business is 100% outsourced and you do not need to know any law in order…

Trademark Registry Business Serving 10 Countries. Recently Launched and Doing Well Already

Do Kellid barbarians from Numeria have a typical / trademark weapon?

I am going to play the Iron Gods Adventure Path soon and I am rolling a Kellid tribesman.

I’d like to be as faithful to the existing lore as possible, using some traditional weapon, but I have no idea where to find a list of those without finding spoilers for the adventure.

My research:

I have been told that Numerian -hunters- use spears, shortspears, javelins or thrown clubs. There’s a regional trait that improves these four weapons (all belonging to the thrown and tribal group, but notably not including thrown axes or daggers).

While playing the Pathfinder: Kingmaker videogame, I have seen people from the Tiger Lords tribe use greatswords.

Of course I expect a large number of NPCs of that ethnicity in Iron Gods and in the Kingmaker AP, which I should refrain from reading even if I had the chance.

Google refuses to rank a page titled with US trademark

The following page is indexed but for searches of “DirectCore” does not show (replace “example” with “signalogic”):

https://www.example.com/index.pl?page=directcore

There are 14 pages of search results, mostly e-commerce results for fishing line, but not for the software product that is actually named DirectCore. Clicking on “search with omitted results included” shows the page. Searching on “DirectCore software” shows the page.

DirectCore is a registered trademark. DirectCore software is a network infrastructure product deployed by carriers and LEAs in telecom related applications, and in fact is used by Google indirectly (through their Google Fi and voice applications). There can be no doubt the product is valuable, and has an indexed, descriptive, accurate web page based on 100% original content.

I posted this question on Google’s webmaster support forum, but the thread quickly got hijacked about non-related 404 issues. Not the first time that’s happened. They are not Google employees, and although they try to be helpful (and in many cases are), they can also go off the rails.

Does anyone know another way of contacting Google tech support to fix such an issue ? I assume there is not a legitimate, legal way for me to beat down 14 pages of fishing line search results, but maybe there is ? Thanks.

-Jeff

trademark and domain

Hi,

if i have signup an trademark locally and accepted,
can people register domain with my trademark name ?… | Read the rest of http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1765026&goto=newpost

Domain vs Trademark

I have a domain name that I have been using for several years, and unfortunately was not made awarethat I needed to also Register the trademark that we were using under the Spanish patent system.

A local individual has seen that we are a successful business and has registered our brand name
as a trademark. His lawyers are asking us to remove all publicity containing the name that we have been using for years.

Can he now force us to stop using that domain name ? Or do we have rights ?

TRADEMARK FREE ZONE

Hey guys, I am new to GSA so dont flame me :dizzy:

It seems that a lot of the links I have GSA building are coming up with this whole message here:

“TRADEMARK FREE ZONE – Network Solutions has no knowledge of whether any content on this page violates any third party intellectual property rights. Network Solutions will promptly remove any content reasonably objected to by the Owner of a pre-existing trademark. If you have a Trademark issue, please contact trademarkfreezone@networksolutions.com.”

Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?

What are trademark violation policies by GSA ?

I am providing gsa ser links service on fiverr from last almost 3 years. Did more than 4000+ Orders for tier 2 links. Havent used any gsa ser logo etc on the gig but now I have got this notfication

Third party TOS violation – Your Gig has been flagged by our team following a third party complaint claiming your Gig is infringing upon their intellectual property rights and/or violating their terms of use. As a valued member of the Fiverr community, we ask you to respect the broader Internet community and refrain from such violations in your Gig offerings. For more information, see: https://sellers.fiverr.com/en/article/copyright-and-intellectual-property-rights

I have contacted the support and they said its GSA who have reported this. 
@Sven please let me know how can it be fixed. Thanks

Contacted by trademark holder but they never followed up

I registered a domain name back in late 1997 and then in 2006 someone trademarked the name. Side note, not that it matters, a month before they registered the trademark they registered the domain name in one of the newer TLDs. Then a couple years later I received an email from them telling me that they own the trademark on the name and instead of filling an intellectual property claim they would like to talk to me. I wrote them back telling them that I had no interest in giving up the…

Contacted by trademark holder but they never followed up

Responding to a Trademark examiner

I have applied for a trademark and received a reply stating, essentially, that the trademark name for the services on the web site doesn't appear to match with the services claimed in "applicant’s identification". I believe that means I put down the wrong classification number.

I looked over the classification list again and want to respond to the examiner with the correct one, but have a few questions first.

If I reply with a different classification and the examiner doesn't think it's…

Responding to a Trademark examiner