Questions tagged [name]

Legal names. For companies and products consider also the "trademark" tag.

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Is it OK to name our app generically?

We're creating an app and want to name it generically, like Calendar. Calendar is already trademarked for alcoholic beverages except beers. We want to make sure we're doing our due diligence in ...
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Incorporate in Delaware with similar name

Is it allowed & advisable to name our Delaware C-Corp JOURNAL INC (without a period after Inc) if JOURNAL INC. (with a period after Inc) is already registered? JOURNAL is a made up name here, but ...
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Legal documents confirming previous/maiden name (uk)

My wife is enrolling at university, however her previous qualifications were earned whilst she had her maiden name. They say they want to see a marriage certificate to confirm the name change, but we'...
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Legal restrictions on LLC names for worker cooperatives in WA state

Myself and several friends are planning on starting a for profit worker-owned cooperative business that will provide landscaping services in Washington state. Washington is one of a few states in the ...
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Could my parents change my birth name without me knowing?

Could my parents change my birth name without me knowing?
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Autorité vs Haute Autorité

In France, we have so called Autorités Administratives Indépendantes which have various kind of names. Is there a difference in the law between Autorité (for example Autorité de sûreté nucléaire) and ...
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Use the name of a product for another type of product

I develop software and computer fonts, and have been wondering lately if I could title my software or computer fonts the same name as products that already exist; for example medicinal products and ...
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Is it legal to use a company name that has one word trademarked in the UK?

Is it possible for legal action to be taken in the UK, for example if the word FormatA has been trademarked, and then someone else starts up a company called FormatA Diagnostics Even if the ...
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Starting a new business in the UK

My partner recently started trying to sell her crafts through Facebook and through a website (that i am in charge of), she hasn't sold much but it has only being going a month, so we weren't expecting ...

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