In Case You Missed It – Our Top 10 Most Viewed Posts in 2017
As TheTMCA.com wraps up a successful 2017 (we were named one of the ABA’s top 50 blogs! and Law.com profiled one of our editors) we want to thank our clients, friends and readers who support our blog.
In case you missed them, here are our top 10 most viewed posts of 2017, from the Federal Trade Commission’s guidance on social media posts, to new TTAB and USPTO rules, and Seussisms to guide you through fair use.
TOP 10 MOST VIEWED POSTS OF 2017
Phish Snared in Trademark Office’s Net Due to Phan Products
Change is Coming: New Rules for TTAB Opposition and Cancellation Proceedings
Fair Use on The Loose For The Great Dr. Seuss!
Who Owns That Trademark – The Manufacturer or the Exclusive Distributor?
New Federal Law Protects Consumers’ Right to Post Negative Online Reviews
Dear Influencers: It’s the FTC, Again – FTC Issues 21 Follow-up Warning Letters
Sued for Retweeting – Yes, That Just Happened
Dear Influencers: #FullDisclosure we use Instagram too. Love, The FTC – Warning letters provide guidance to influencers, celebrities and brand owners
Launched July 8, 2017: New USPTO Rules to Clear “Deadwood” in the Federal Trademark Registry
Another IP Lesson from Bikini Bottom: What “The Krusty Krab” Teaches Us About Trademark Protection for Fictional Places
We wish you a happy and prosperous 2018!