When you have an idea that can potentially change your life, the first thing you want to do is make sure someone doesn’t steal it from you. Sometimes that results in prematurely making investments you aren’t ready for. If you haven’t validated your idea and aren’t willing to do the work necessary to bring the idea to life, do not file for trademark registration. I mean if the mark you want to register isn’t associated with a good or service, not available in interstate commerce, and isn’t unique you don’t have a trademark anyway.
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Join Attorney LaConya Murray each week as she and guest share their entrepreneurial journey, tricks of the trade, and their secrets to getting out of their own way to succeed.
Inspired by her grandmother, the community bootlegger Attorney Murray‘s passion for helping entrepreneurs started early. Today she helps entrepreneurs throughout the country protect their brand, content, and ideas through trademarks, copyrights, and business development.
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