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Calderone Bullock LLC is a full service Intellectual Property and Commercial law firm servicing local clients in Philadelphia, PA, and New Jersey, as well as international clients. Our clients comprise a wide range of company sizes from small, independent inventors to large, Fortune 500 companies. We value productive and creative approaches to problems and client needs. At Calderone Bullock, our clients are our partners, and we approach our clients’ issues and concerns with level of depth and commitment equal to that of our clients.
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Recent news, blog posts and articles from the CB Team
A Blank Slate and a Vision Brought to Life It seems like yesterday, but on January 1, 2019, we opened our doors as Calderone Bullock
Over the past week, sports headlines have been dominated by California’s new law “The Fair Pay to Play Act” that permits financial payments to collegiate
Calderone Bullock LLC is pleased to announce that one of the firm’s founding partners, Lynda Calderone, has been listed in Best Lawyers in America 2020
Today in History
July 16, 1799: Napoleon Stumbles Across the Rosetta Stone
On this day in 1799, Napoleon’s soldiers were digging up old buildings stones to be recycled to fortify a fort in Rashid (then, Rosetta) in the Nile delta and uncovered the Rosetta Stone.
Over 50 trademarks that include “Rosetta” or “Rosetta Stone” are registered at the US Patent and Trademark Office. Most of these are for language-, translation-, puzzle- or cryptography-related products and services. The trademark laws categorize such marks as “suggestive” for they merely hint at or “suggest” the characteristics of the underlying goods or services but do not describe them outright.