Decide if your brand is infringing on an existing trademark
Understand if you need to get a trademark for your own brand
Save money on having to hire a lawyer for looking up trademarks
Decrease risk of infringing on another company's trademark and having to rebrand which would waste a lot of money and time
Become a more skillful and knowlegible entrepreneur
Know the difference between a patent, trademark and copyright
See how I decided on getting a trademark for my brand WaveIfYouLike
This is for United States businesses only
Please have enough English skills to follow the course lectures. There are not subtitles in this course
In this course you will learn how to look up trademarks, and determine whether your website, app, podcast or any other kind of a brand infringes on another trademark.
It is extremely important to check for existing trademarks before you start any kind of business
You may not be planning to get a trademark of your own, but you absolutely must determine whether the company name or brand you are planning to create will infringe on another existing trademark. If it will, you may have to re-do your entire website and all the branding that you posted all over the web. That would be an absolute nightmare, and this course helps you avoid all that.
Save money on not having to hire a lawyer
if you had to consult with a lawyer every time you needed to check whether you would be infringing on another trademark, it would quickly become expensive! Knowing how to do it on your own saves you A LOT of money and time!
Try the course risk-free
Every Udemy course is backed by a 30-day money back guarantee. So if you don't like the course, you can simply get your money back. But I am sure that you will love the course. So go ahead, sign up for the curse now, and learn whether any of your existing or planned websites or brands infringe on any trademarks.
Who this course is for:
Entrepreneurs starting a business
Anyone with a website, blog, podcast or YouTube channel
4 sections • 9 lectures • 38m total length
Pros and cons of checking and registering a trademark
Using Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS) to look up existing trademarks