YourTrademark.Anything - Trademark Protection in the Age of the Limitless Internet (PDF)
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Get ready for the next great land rush because the Internet is about to expand. Top-level domains, now restricted to 22 variations like .com, .edu, .net and .gov will soon be limitless. Companies have already petitioned ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) for the right to be the official registry of new top-level domains, which may now take the form of whole words like .health and .books.
Steven A. Abreu is an attorney at Sunstein, Kann, Murphy and Timbers LLP. His pragmatic approach to trademark clearance, registration and enforcement helps a wide range of enterprises meet their intellectual property protection goals. Steve’s clients are varied and include renowned instructions of higher learning, business consulting, consumer products, specialty magazines, and specialized medical products. He also represents well-known manufacturers of pharmaceutical and biotechnology products. Steve’s strategic outlook on trademark and copyright protection has assisted both large clients and small businesses in the United States and abroad. He also counsels foreign trademark applicants to successful registration of their Madrid-based U.S. trademark applications.
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