“The Trademark Company” Pivots To A Copyright Company

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.Exclusion on Consent, PTO Ethics Decisions, PTO Ethics Rules, Trademark ethicsLeave a Comment

“The Trademark Company,” whose owner Matthew Swyers agreed last month to give up his license to practice before the USPTO, ending a three-year ethics battle, appears to be alive.  While still operating under the old name, logo and URL, The Trademark Company has shifted gears away from offering trademark-related services and is now offering only copyright-related services. According to its … Read More