Apple's Recent Patent and Trademark Battles Prompts Wells IP Law to Create Trademark Guide for Non US Companies

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With the recent trademark and patent litigation involving Apple, Samsung and other large technology companies, many companies and individuals outside the US are becoming interested in US Trademark and Patent Law. Wells IP Law, a Patent and Trademark firm, now offers a comprehensive guide to Trademarks for Non US Companies.

We put together a comprehensive guide covering U.S. Trademarks for Non-U.S. Companies

Because of all the recent trademark and patent litigation involving Apple, Samsung, and other technology giants, Wells IP Law has been working on creating one of the most comprehensive Trademark Guides for Non US companies that exists today.

Today, Nicholas Wells, principal at Wells IP Law, said: "US Trademark, Copyright and Patent Law is difficult to understand for US citizens. It is even harder for Non US companies and individuals to comprehend the intricacies, nuances, and loopholes involved in applying to register and maintaining a US Trademark. That is why we put together a free comprehensive report covering all the basics, as well as many of the intricate aspects of, US Trademark Law for Non US Companies."

The US Trademark Guide for Non US Companies, offered here: has over 35 pages of free information with sections that answer the following questions:

1. What Can I Register as a Trademark?
2. Why Should I Register My Trademark?
3. How Does the Registration Process Work?
4. Do I Need A Trademark Attorney?

About the Firm:
At Wells IP Law, we have prepared clearance reports for hundreds of trademarks and responded to hundreds of Office Actions addressing statutory issues that include likelihood of confusion, descriptiveness, surname refusals, geographic descriptiveness, foreign equivalents, and changes to descriptions of goods and services.

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