Creatives, it's time to secure those trademarks! Securing a trademark can be complicated, time-consuming, costly, and all too often unsuccessful. The resources currently on the market are not aimed at creative professionals, leaving them guessing at critical information or wrangling with examples without relatable context. Just Wanna Trademark for Makers offers easy-to-understand legal information created specifically for creative entrepreneurs and professionals. Going beyond the quilt-focused first edition, this newly revised book has updated information, new examples, and cases that show all creative entrepreneurs how to navigate the process of securing a trademark.
About Elizabeth Townsend Gard
Elizabeth is the John E. Koerner Endowed Professor of Law at Tulane University, where she teaches trademark, copyright, entrepreneurship, art/craft law, and social media. She is also an avid quilter and the host of the Just Wanna Quilt podcast.
For the last decade, she has worked with artists, makers, crafters, and law students to teach skills both need to succeed in the entrepreneurial space. And every night, she quilts.
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