Using & Enforcing Your New Trademark Written by Neil Juneja, Founder & Managing Partner of Gleam Law, PLLC.  So you have successfully registered a state or federal trademark for your cannabis business or product? Congratulations! Here are the tips we provide to every one of our trademark clients to help them use and enforce their Intellectual…

Understanding trademarks is key to avoid rebranding The announcement of a settlement between the Gorilla Glue Co. and GG Strains is creating a stir on the trademark side of cannabis law.

What’s in a Name: Protecting your company’s brand Every business needs a name. In fact, most businesses have several. The legal name often lurks in the background and most consumers never see it, while trademarks, trade names, and domain names are generally the most visible and important client-facing identifiers. Knowing the differences between them will…

Gleam Law Opens New Marijuana Law Offices in San Francisco & Los Angeles Written by Ammon J. Ford, Attorney at Gleam Law, PLLC.  Gleam Law is excited to announce the opening of two new offices in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Christopher Sabec, an experienced business attorney and Executive, will lead these offices. California has…

Gleam Law attorney Neil Juneja is a special guest on the Shaping Fire Podcast with Shango Los. In Episode 23 – The Reality of Cannabis Trademarks, Shango and Neil discuss cannabis brand development, trademark legal protection, and licensing methodology. The Shaping Fire Podcast with Shango Los

A Trademark Is A Word, Logo, Sound, Packaging, or Other Identifier of The Source of a Good or Service Why Register a Trademark? It is the trademark that allows a customer to find your product continually and to expect the same level of quality each and [hopefully] every time. A company’s reputation, goodwill, and customer…

Cannabis Licensing Deals Gleam Law has handled dozens of these cannabis licensing deals for our clients and are very proud of the partnerships we helped create. The people and businesses creating great products and great ideas are way ahead of the law, but that doesn’t mean your business can’t continue to expand. As one of…

New Office To Harmonize Global Patent System The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has created a new office to harmonize the global patent system. The new office is named the Office of International Patent Cooperation. The USPTO’s deputy commissioner stated, “the USPTO had many successful programs fostering international patent cooperation prior to the…