Teresa H. Anzalone

Author's details

Name: Teresa H. Anzalone
Date registered: January 18, 2011
URL: http://www.symbus.com

Biography

Teresa is a Trademark Attorney with an MBA. She recently left the corporate world to join the law firm Symbus Law Group, LLC. Teresa is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania. She directs the Pennsylvania office which is located in Gulph Mills, Montgomery County, Pa.

Latest posts

  1. The Phillies Strike Out At The TTAB — September 3, 2013
  2. Is That A Trademark I Hear? TTAB Addresses Issues Raised By Sound Trademarks In Recent Case: In Re Powermat Inc. — February 1, 2013
  3. Need A Trademark Or Patent Lawyer To Manage End Of The Year Projects? Consider In-House Secondment Attorney Services — August 31, 2012
  4. A Tour of Duty: Symbus Provides In-House Secondment Trademark Attorney Services — January 23, 2012
  5. Why You Should Obtain a Trademark Registration for Your Blog Name — March 4, 2011

Author's posts listings

Sep
03

The Phillies Strike Out At The TTAB

If you are a fan of the Philadelphia Phillies you probably already know it has been a tough season. The team has lost more often than it has won and now the losing streak extends to the TTAB. See the recently published case The Phillies v. Phila. Consol. Holding Corp., T.T.A.B., No. 91199364, decided August … Continue reading »

Feb
01

Is That A Trademark I Hear? TTAB Addresses Issues Raised By Sound Trademarks In Recent Case: In Re Powermat Inc.

While not common, sound trademarks have been registered in the United States on the Principal Register for over fifty years.  The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) website provides examples of sound trademark registrations at : http://www.uspto.gov/trademarks/soundmarks/index.jsp .  However, as the TTAB points out in the recent case In Re Powermat, (a copy which … Continue reading »

Aug
31

Need A Trademark Or Patent Lawyer To Manage End Of The Year Projects? Consider In-House Secondment Attorney Services

Now that summer is drawing to a close in-house counsel must gear up to address those end of the year rush projects. I worked as in-house counsel for over eighteen years and without fail the fourth quarter always proved to be our busiest. After a summer break our in-house clients worked feverishly to accomplish those … Continue reading »

Jan
23

A Tour of Duty: Symbus Provides In-House Secondment Trademark Attorney Services

I am pleased to announce the new Symbus “secondment” services. If your trademark team needs an attorney on location to assist with a special long term project or to provide coverage for an employee on family leave, consider contacting me at Symbus Law Group. U.S. attorneys are often unaware of the concept of secondment attorneys … Continue reading »

Mar
04

Why You Should Obtain a Trademark Registration for Your Blog Name

A friend of mine recently asked me if a blog name could be protected as a trademark. The answer is yes. In fact, if you have a blog or are thinking about starting a blog you may want to look into obtaining a federal trademark registration for your blog name. Why go to the trouble? … Continue reading »

Feb
17

Naming A New Product? Don’t Go It Alone!

Ever try to name a new product? If so, you might have created the name on your own or with a group of employees at your company. Perhaps you even had a contest to encourage everyone at your company to participate and name your great invention. You then contacted your attorney or legal department to … Continue reading »

Jan
19

Conduct An Annual Trademark Portfolio Review

Do your New Year’s Resolutions include a thorough review of your business’ trademark portfolio? If your business is like many others sometimes important but not urgent matters get put off for far too long. Matters that if caught early would have been simple to correct can be much more costly to resolve if they are … Continue reading »

Jan
18

Protect Your Business Name!

A “Trade Name” Is Not A “Trademark” Did you know that your business name, i.e., your “trade name,” is not a trademark?  Many people use the terms trademark and trade name interchangeably and this causes confusion in the business community. Trade names are how we identify our businesses. Trademarks are how we identify our products, … Continue reading »