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Thursday May 19, 2011 at 11:12am
Cyber-squatting, or domain name hijacking, is the practice of registering other people’s company names in an attempt to sell them on to businesses at a vastly inflated price. When a cyber-squatter parks themselves on your company name, you may find yourself faced with an asking price of several £000’s.Typical methods of hijacking business names include putting in punctuation (such as dots and dashes), abbreviating words (‘limited’ becomes ‘ltd’) or even ....
Tuesday May 3, 2011 at 6:24pm
  Since this is the first blog post on this new generation trademark advice site, it is fitting that we start with the first ever trademark registered. Ever since BASS secured its classic red triangle logo, in 1876, as the first ever trademark registration, businesses have appreciated the vital importance of protecting their trademark, name and brand value by registration. Unlike a patent, which expires after a maximum of 20 years, a trademark registration can be renewed in perpetuity ....
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