Re: Whose domain is that anyway?
> As the copywriter who came up with this name, I sent
> CreoImage the following explanation:
Well, Eddie, all I can say is that I truly hope that the business
agreement with your client, CreoImage, releases you from all liability
and consequences in the names that you refer to your client.
What are you doing getting involved in this disputed matter at all?
Sounds to me like now you will need a litigation attorney yourself.
When my company initiates an identity research project, the client
agreement contains every possible release and indemnity that covers
every possible outcome if the wrong name is selected: from re-printing
of business cards to copyright litigation. Also, I never give just one
final name recommendation, but I always present at a minimum 3 options
in the final report, thus proving that indeed it was the client who made
the final choice.
By the way, here is the USPTO search form index page for trademarks:
On a simple search there are at least 23 returns for the term 'CREO' --
if you wish to sort that out yourself.
~~~~~~~~~ Planetcast Presentations, Inc. ~~~~~~~~~
William C. Stratas, President / Toronto, Canada
Tel: 416-593-6993 USA/Canada: 800-663-7054
Corporate Site: http://www.planetcast.com/
~~~~~ Web Corporate Communications Specialists ~~~~~
Received on Tue Nov 19 2002 - 10:03:11 CST
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