What is a trademark?
A trademark is a name, symbol, or other device identifying a product,
officially registered and legally restricted to the use of the owner
or manufacturer. A trademark is also a distinctive feature by which
a person or thing comes to be known.
2. What is a license?
A license is the issuance of legal permission to do or own a specified
thing. A licence is also proof of permission granted usually in the
form of a document.
3. What is Trademark Licensing?
All One-On-One Doubles names, logos, and marks have been trademarked
with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. They are the legal property
of One-On-One Doubles. Only approved and appropriate use is permitted.
Other than One-On-One Doubles, Inc., various outside entities have
been granted permission to use One-On-One Doubles logos, words and
marks. These outside entities are called licensees.
4. What qualifies as a Trademark?
Any word, symbol, logo or combination of these that can be associated
with One-On-One Doubles qualifies as a trademark.
5. Who can use the Trademark?
All use requires permission and authorization. Licensees are granted
permission through One-On-One Doubles, Inc. and/or through the legal
representation for One-On-One Doubles, Inc. Failure to obtain a license
or trademark approval for non-approved items or events could result
in heavy fines and imprisonment if convicted.
6. What's the purpose of a Trademark Licensing Program?
A trademark licensing program gives One-On-One Doubles, Inc. control
over its logos and marks, which ensures the consistency and quality
of all of One-On-One Doubles merchandise and events. It also allows
for One-On-One Doubles, Inc. to generate revenue from the sale of
items bearing its marks and logos.
7. Contacting One-On-One Doubles, Inc. for Trademark Licensing
Any outside entity wishing to ask questions or further discuss the
trademark licensing program for One-On-One Doubles, can contact Ed
Krass, Founder and Executive Director, One-On-One Doubles, Inc., at
or call 813-684-9031.