Registering trademarks for newer technologies: NFTs, blockchain, cryptocurrency, and virtual goods

Trademarks webinar series

Do you want to learn more about non-fungible tokens (NFTs), blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and virtual goods? Are you filing trademark applications involving goods and services related to these increasingly common technologies? The webinar will take place virtually on December 13, 2-3:30 p.m. ET. Make sure to register today for this free experienced practitioner training webinar, as we discuss the nuts and bolts of these newer technologies and how to avoid common mistakes during the trademark registration process.

This webinar will also include:

  • Examples of acceptable identifications of goods and services 
  • A discussion of appropriate specimens 
  • The relatedness of real and virtual goods when determining likelihood of confusion

A question-and-answer period will follow the presentation. You may submit your questions before the event to TMWebinar@uspto.gov with the subject “Registering trademarks for newer technologies.”

Register now

This webinar will use a high degree of legal terminology and concepts familiar to experienced trademark professionals, but we encourage trademark filers of all experience levels to attend. We'll post a recording of this event on this page and on the Trademarks Webinar Series page within three weeks of its conclusion. All registrants will receive an email with the video link when it is ready.

Speakers

  • Rebecca Eisinger, Senior Staff Attorney, Office of Trademark Quality Review and Training
  • Mary Munson-Ott, Staff Attorney, Trademark Classification Policy and Practice Unit

Accessibility

Accessibility

If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation, please submit your request to the contact information listed above.

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Continuing Legal Education (CLE)

Applied for CLE credit in
Virginia

If a state is not listed, contact your state bar to see if you can obtain credit in your state. Participants who attend the live session will receive a certificate of attendance and presentation materials for acquiring CLE credit in other states.

This event is part of a series: Trademarks Webinar Series