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When will you know when to file a trademark application?

The search for a trademark or an alternate spelling or symbol has become a lot more complicated, but not impossible, according to an article published by The Associated Press.

The Associated Press reported that the search for trademark information and the process for filing trademarks have changed over the past year, as the number of applications for trademarks have skyrocketed.

According to a trademark filing database that the AP compiled, the search has increased by about 3,200 per year since 2015.

While the AP found that some of those increase in searches were related to a new federal law passed in January that makes it easier to file for trademarks and the trademark registration of companies, the increase in filings did not include an increase in the number filing applications for a single trademark.

The new law allows for the filing of more than one trademark for each business.

It allows the registration of the name of a trademark to the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a maximum of two years.

While many businesses have changed their trademarks and logos since the new law was passed, a few remain the same.

Some businesses have opted to continue using the word “Taco Bell,” which is a trademark of Taco Bell Corp. The company also owns the trademark for “Tacos” and the word Tostada.

Taco-Bell has been trademarking its name for the past few years, and the company has trademarked “Tango,” which also is a Taco Bell trademark.

But the company filed a trademark for the word tango as of March 31, 2017.

Tango is not a trademark that can be used in commerce, the AP reported.

The AP said the company is still using the trademark “Tocobell.”

“We’re a company that does our best to be respectful to our fans and to the community, and this one is a great example of how we’re doing it,” Taco Bell CEO David Yost said in a statement.

“I’ve never thought about trademarking a word,” Taco-Bell spokesman Tom Reavis said.

“We have no intention of changing our name or anything else about the brand.”

While it’s possible to file multiple trademark applications for Taco Bell, it is difficult to file them in a timely fashion.

A trademark is a contract that has to be signed, and filing the trademark is the first step in the process.

For the time being, Taco Bell will keep using the term “Tos.”

“The trademark process is a long, complicated process, and there are a lot of moving parts,” Reavis told the AP.

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