Cleveland Guardians

August 1, 2021 by  
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The Cleveland Indians are changing their name to the Guardians as they struggle to be playoff competitive. But the Cleveland Guardians already exist as a roller derby team! We ponder the name change and review the organization’s future (no matter what they might be called).


Baseball PhD gets its U.S. Trademark

December 17, 2010 by  
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Baseball PhD gets its U.S. Trademark

Granted on November 23rd

It’s official.  The United States Patent and Trademark Office has approved our trademark application.  How about that!

Much thanks to Allmark Trademark who handled our legal work.  “John Russell and his top notch staff did a wonderful job in helping Baseball PhD register its trademark,” said Ed Kasputis, Creative Director of Baseball PhD.  “I would strongly recommend to any entrepreneur to use this intellectual property law firm.”

In the United States, a trademark which has been registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office uses the ® symbol. A business that does not actually register a trademark may instead use the common law designation “TM” in superscript next to the mark. Using the “TM” mark does not actually confer any legal rights in federal law, but it may nevertheless help a business acquire secondary meaning concerning a specific mark.

Our next podcast featuring baseball sportscaster great, Mel Allen will be released on Friday, December 24th.

Mel Allen Watching a Center Fielder Violate our new Trademark