The most common legal mistakes that Amazon sellers are making – and how to avoid them – Live with Danny McMillan
Live with Danny McMillan and Yael Cabilly about the most common legal mistakes that Amazon sellers are making – and how to avoid them
You surprisingly discovered that someone copied and posted your image on their listing. What can you do?
A common misconception is, that in order to enforce your rights with Amazon you must have a registered copyright. Indeed, Amazon prefers to see documentation.
If you have ever wondered how to check trademark availability or how a product’s patent search is conducted, in the following video we conduct a live search with Paulina Mason for her product.
Most of you have probably heard about the change to Amazon’s terms of business. So what caused the change, and what does it mean for us? Will this change have an actual effect on us? I’ve read the fine print and examined the changes, and the answer is: this is a good start, but it’s still a long road ahead!
Background to the change: Amazon was investigated by the Bundeskartellamt – the German independent competition authority. The investigation stemmed from complaints by sellers in Germany,
What’s the best way to choose a good brand name that can be registered as a trademark in the future?
So, you’ve chosen a product and made it stand out. You’ve chosen a good, catchy name for your product (a combination of your children’s names!). From your searches on Google, it looks like the brand name is available for use.
You’ve probably already heard about Amazon’s new Brand Registry program, “Brand Registry 2.0”, which is supposed to be the answer to all brand violations on Amazon. While we still don’t know how efficient the program will be, we do know that it is no longer available to any seller.
ASGTG annual Amazon event of 2018 in Brooklyn. This all-day event connects Amazon’s gold-standard sellers with others who strive to succeed on the marketplace.