Just Enough To Be Dangerous Trademark Law CLE
Just Enough to be Dangerous – What Business Attorneys Need to Know About Trademark Law



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Course Description

This program was recorded on October 8, 2019

This presentation will cover general trademark legal topics for non-trademark lawyers.

Attorney Mike DrummMike Drumm
Mike is an attorney with Drumm Law and our founder. Before founding Drumm Law, Mike wore a suit and tie every day and worked at a large national law firm (he is grateful that he no longer has to wear the “lawyer costume” every day). He is most proud of being a father of three and of hearing “you don’t remind me of a lawyer” when he meets people.

Mike is continually recognized as a Franchise Times magazine Legal Eagle, and 1851 Franchise Legal Player and is a designated Certified Franchise Executive by the International Franchise Association. He has also received commendation from Super Lawyers. Mike has given presentations on intellectual property, distribution and franchise law across the country.

Contact Mike Drumm

1 General Credit

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  1. Trademark vs. Trade Name
  2. Types of Trademarks
  3. Choosing a Strong Trademark
  4. Trademark Searches
  5. Proper Use of Trademarks
  6. Trademark Infringement
  7. Design vs. Word Mark
  8. Trademark Registration Process