How does one determine and or locate a trademarks jurisdiction for the purpose of including in an intellectual property assignment form? The trademark was registered by a California corporation.
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A trademark does not have a jurisdiction the entity or person that owns it does. Are you asking how to determine in what country it was registered in? Is this a state trademark you are referring to?
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