Trademark News & Screw-ups Arcade Bars Keep Infringing on Barcade's Trademark

Simple lesson here: don't even think of starting a business unless you have someone who knows what they're doing confirm to you that the name and another branding you've chosen for your new venture does not infringe on someone else's trademarks. This will be the best few hundred bucks you'll ever spend. And once you get that assurance, make sure you protect your new branding right away. There is no reason to spend a dollar or a minute of your life trying to build up a brand you don't own.

The video below features Andrei Mincov's commentary of this article.



Pick from the topics below or use our search system.

And make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for more free educational content.

Disclaimer: Please note that this post and this video are not and are not intended as legal advice. Your situation may be different from the facts assumed in this post or video. Your reading this post or watching this video does not create a lawyer-client relationship between you and Trademark Factory International Inc., and you should not rely on this post or this video as the only source of information to make important decisions about your intellectual property.