The Harvard Trademark Program was established by the President and Fellows of Harvard College in order to protect Harvard’s trademarks; to regulate the use of the trademarks on products sold under license from the University; and, after covering its operational expenses, to help support Harvard’s student-aid initiatives with royalties received from the sale of licensed products. In its protection efforts, the Trademark Program oversees the registration of Harvard’s trademarks and guards against their unauthorized use by identifying and resolving cases involving the misuse or infringement of Harvard’s trademarks on a worldwide basis.... Read more
What is the Trademark Program’s mission?
How does Harvard protect its trademarks from unauthorized use?
What are the basic terms of a Harvard trademark license?
Where can I find information about Harvard’s “Use-of-Name” policies?
How is the income from the licensing programs used?
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