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Early Stage, Step 4: Cautionary trademark tales

Editor's note: This is the fourth in a series of articles on developing start-up companies in the technology or biotechnology sectors.

Madison, Wis. - In my last column for Stage 3, I indicated we would be moving on to forming the entity. In the meantime, I received a thoughtful response about the last column that bears addressing. As a remin......

Full article >>> inds me of a personal story from 25 years ago. My wife and I were driving to Dallas, Texas to visit my sisters. (This was before we had children and could take our sweet time getting to places.) We stopped in Wichita, Kan., to visit Wichita State University, where my wife got her master's degree in music piano perfor......

Full article >>> Wisconsin, so the Wichita trademark use never would have been problematic. The client might have considered licensing the name and collecting royalties from the outset since it really did not know whether it was going to extend its business beyond Wisconsin, much less to Kansas.

The reader made a good point. However, there is no easy answer. Of course, it often depends on which side of t......

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'"/> By Joe Boucher 12/26/06

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