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Is the term "Neverland" trade marked?


 

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Laura Schneider says

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    Nicola Thompson (ThompsonPen) 3 years ago

    Thank you! That was very useful! :)


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    Nicola Thompson (ThompsonPen) 3 years ago

    My confusion exactly.


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    Laura Schneider 3 years ago

    Tim--Haha--"Strawberry Shortcake"... Love it!

    Just think about "Windows" (the operating system) and "Apple" (the computer/OS) and their really generic logos....how hard it is for them to defend THOSE generic trademarks/registered trademarks. Cheers!


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    Laura Schneider 3 years ago

    Great points! I totally agree on looking into categories (word mark vs. design/logo vs. SM), also.

    Kleenex--haha! They almost lost their (R), like Band-Aid bandages. These actually did: elevator, escalator, aspirin, zipper, dry ice, aspirin...