As the holidays approach, many people find themselves struggling to think of new and creative ways to gift without breaking the bank. This season, LoTempio law would like to eliminate your search with the top local inventions and products you can gift to your friends and family. One of those local products includes confections from […]
Guest Blogger: Ashley Ann Czechowski, University at Buffalo Law student On December 2, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments to decide if decisions by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) to refuse or cancel registration of a trademark should be binding in subsequent trademark infringement litigation. In the case of B&B Hardware, […]
Patent Attorney Vincent LoTempio answers these questions: What are the benefits of trademark registration? When should you use ®, SM or TM with a trademark? What are common law trademark rights? Please ask any patent or trademark question and Vincent LoTempio will answer it on a future show!
Buffalo New York Patent attorney Vincent LoTempio answers questions about patents and the patent process in an interview setting. This week the patent attorney answers these questions: Why is a search the first step in the patent process? What rights do you get from a patent? Can you give an explanation and example of why […]
Does your company have a trademark that uniquely identifies you as the source of the product or service that you provide to your customers? If so you need to protect that trademark or service mark for your product or service by: Putting the world on notice that you claim common-law rights in the mark; and […]
Buffalo patent and trademark Attorney, Vincent G. LoTempio’s trademark client, Mary Ann Hess of Niagara’s Honeymoon Chocolates has filed a trademark application for a new line of chocolates to pay tribute to the Niagara Falls daredevils of the past and present, while benefiting local charities and organizations. Trademark applications have been filed in both the […]
PatentHome attorney Vincent LoTempio was asked by local news reporter Ryan Burgess to comment on a current trademark dispute between Dr. Pepper and the manufacturer of a synthetic marijuana, Cush. You can view the interview here:
My name is Alyssa Helfer, I’m a senior at Northwestern University and am hoping to go to law school after I graduate. Interning at the Kloss, Stenger and LoTempio law firm this summer has been filled with new experiences; most recently, this included attempting to prepare a trademark application to file on the USPTO website […]