January 24, 2017 – Intro to Trademarks
Starting or expanding your business? Protect your brand by learning the basics of trademarks from attorney Frank G. Long.
- Choosing a strong mark
- Benefits of registration
- Avoiding common mistakes
January 24, 2017, Noon – 1 p.m.
To Register: https://www.azlibrary.gov/events/2082
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Tagged Business, Entrepreneur, Federal Trademark, Intellectual Property, Patent and Trademark Resource Center, PTRC, Small Business, Start-up, Trademarks, USPTO
A significant group of valuable Arizona historical record collections, provided through a partnership with the Arizona State Archives and Ancestry.com, are now available on-line and free to residents of the State of Arizona through Ancestry.com. This includes the Arizona territorial census records covering the years from 1864 through 1882.
All Arizona records are available at azlibrary.gov and can be found on the Doing Research at the Archives page or directly at https://www.azlibrary.gov/arm/research-archives/archives-resources/ancestry-arizona.
This access requires a free Ancestry.com Arizona account. To set up your account you simply go to the web page and enter your five digit Arizona zip code in the space at the bottom of the page. Once your account is established researchers gain unlimited access to Arizona records that are a part of the State Archives of Arizona’s extensive holdings.
Posted in Archives, Arizona, census, Collections, Federal documents, Genealogy, Government Information, History, Research, Resources, Uncategorized
Tagged Archives, census, Genealogy, History, Research
The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records seeks your input…
Every year, the state library uses LSTA funds to provide statewide projects and fund LSTA subgrants. These funding decisions are based on the LSTA Five Year Plan. We are coming to the end of the five year cycle, and now we want you to tell us what worked, what didn’t, and what you would like to see in the next Five Year plan.
We work hard to understand the needs of all libraries and library users across Arizona, and the information we gather from the Five Year Plan evaluation is one of the most important ways we gather that data.
So what did you like over the last five years? What would you like to see more of during the next five years?
Survey closes January 1, 2017
Is your 2017 New Year’s resolution to finally start that business? Our friends at Phoenix Public Library have just released their 2017 Business Roadmap Program schedule!
Thinking about filing a patent, but confused by the application options? Check out the USPTO’s upcoming webinar:
DATE AND TIME
Mon, January 23, 2017
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
Are you an inventor looking to protect your idea but unsure of which application to file?
Then join us as we go over the differences between Utility and Design Patent applications and the advantages of filing a Provisional and/or Non Provisional Utility Patent Application.
We will also go over the different forms, fees, and formalities required for the respective type of application.
This interactive presentation will allow online users to send questions via the chat function to have them answered live!
This is an outside event; please follow links above for more information.
Posted in Business, Entrepreneur, Federal Legal Resources, Government, Government Information, Information, Intellectual Property, Patent and Trademark Resource Center, Patents, PTRC, Start-up, Uncategorized, Webinars
Tagged Entrepreneurs, Inventors, Patent and Trademark Resource Center, Patent filing, Provisional Patent, PTRC, USPTO, Webinars
Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan issued the official canvass of results for the 2016 General Election.
Secretary Reagan reported 2.6 million Arizonans voted in the general election, making it the highest number of ballots cast in state history. While there were a historic number of votes, turnout was about average at 74% ranking 6th highest in Arizona history.
1. 1980 – 80.1% Reagan – Carter
2. 2008 – 77.7% Obama – McCain
3. 1992 – 77.2% Clinton – Bush
4. 2004 – 77.1% Bush – Kerry
5. 2012 – 74.4% Obama – Romney
6. 2016 – 74.2% Trump – Clinton
Demographically, women made up 55% of Arizona’s electorate while 18-24 year olds made up 6%. The average age of the Arizona voter is 55.
For more, visit: https://www.azsos.gov/about-office/media-center/press-releases/1150
To see past election canvasses, check out the Arizona State Government Publications Collection on the Arizona Memory Project:
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Tagged Arizona Memory Project, Arizona Secretary of State, Arizona State Government Publications, Election, Election 2016, Election Canvass, Election Results, History