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Benjamin Charles KorrayLegal Services for Creatives & Entrepreneurs
- Trademarks, Business Law, Entertainment & Sports Law ...
- Florida, New York
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Korray Law is a boutique law firm dedicated to serving the legal needs of businesses, entrepreneurs, and creative individuals. Our clients include businesses and individuals in various sectors including retail, entertainment, manufacturing, clothing, food and restaurant, jewelry, and media, film and music.
We stand out from other law firms by providing our clients with consistent and honest one-on-one attention, maintaining a transparent approach to billing, and bridging the communication divide between the creative and corporate worlds.
- Trademark Registration
- Business Law
- Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Mergers & Acquisitions
- Entertainment & Sports Law
- Intellectual Property
Up to 15 minutes, phone call for new clients.
- Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- The Florida Bar
- New York
- New York State Office of Court Administration
- ID Number: 5065941
- English: Spoken, Written
- Founding Partner
- Korray Law
- - Current
- Senior Associate
- Higgins + Fried LLP
- New York Law School
- J.D. (2011) | Law
- Emory University
- B.A. (2005) | History
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- Korray Law
18 Questions Answered
- Q. if Drama Llama is trademarked for apparel can I use it for Lawncare services
- A: Regarding the potential of trademark infringement, the general test (stated simply) is whether a member of the public would be confused between the two brands. In other words, would someone see Drama Llama the lawn care business and think that this is the same Drama Llama that sells clothes? Even though the answer is probably not, I highly recommend that you have a professional (lawyer) perform a more in depth trademark search and provide you with a more definitive answer after viewing the full landscape of what trademarks are currently being used — on the federal level, state level, and in common law.
- Q. if i register a trademark, am i able to obtain the .com domain for the trademarked word?
- A: No, the trademark system and domain name system are separate systems of rights and ownership.
- Q. Should I still try and file this trademark? Or is it just a waste of time and money?
- A: The trademark filing system is divided into Classes (groups of goods and services). It’s possible that the already registered mark may be in a different Class from yours, which could make it possible for your mark to co-exist with that registration. However, my recommendation would be to use do a professional trademark search to know with more certainty whether your proposed mark and the already registered mark would be able to do-exist.
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