Marijuana brands left high and dry by US trademark restrictions 30 Mar 15
With the legalisation of marijuana gaining momentum across the United States, a new multi-billion dollar industry is growing at a startling rate. Nonetheless, there are strict restrictions on the registration of trademarks for marijuana products at national level, meaning that companies in this sector are struggling to protect their brands. However, an upcoming judicial decision in California could be the catalyst for change.
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