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having carried out a search on the United States patent and Trademark office.
The name "Waggies" is listed as a dead trademark. That means it is abandoned and therefore can be used and even registered by you.
That is a trade mark yes, but nit just "Waggies"
The link here shows different listings for a mark Waggy using different spins on the word. ie waggy wafer, waggy mutts etc, so more than one mark can be used.
The "WAGGIES by Maggie and friends" is trademarked, "Waggies" is not
Correct, the link here clearly shows other simmers and they are not breaches.
there is nothing shown with such a trade mark, it is a different spelling altogether.
Yes I understand that.
It would always be gamble whether another company would say it is a likeness. As I have already shown you other marks can be very alike and still be valid.
Each case is dealt with on its own merits should one company challenge another, that is how litigation works, legal arguments and a judge decodes.
I can advice on the law, which I have done, This I have explained and even show examples. I cannot give a personal opinion.
I am experienced in this area, clearly you want to hear something else and a person opinion that is not going to be given.
I will opt out.
Hi thank you for your message, please note that I will look to provide an accurate but nevertheless speedy reply to your inquiry. I will endeavour to help you today.
From the above, I can see you wanted to know if I was advising waggies by maggie and friends or Wagg would I think that litigation would be successful against you, I would not no. I trust this assists