As filing numbers fall, academic calls for abolishment of US state trademark registrations
A US law professor has told World Trademark Review that the abolition of state trademark registrations in the United States would “clarify the legal landscape for trademark acquisition and enforcement”. Additional research reveals that demand for US state trademarks is trending downwards. However, imminent change seems unlikely.
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