UiPath UI Trademark Application
Apparently, UiPath has applied with the Trademark office to protect the rights to the term UI, along with a cute orange RPA robot with blue arms and a magnifying glass.
I really wonder if this will go through?
Can UiPath Trademark UI?
From what I understand, you can’t trademark a generic term. The term UI is used globally in the software industry.
You can trademark a term for a specific sector where it may not be commonly used, but I’d think it’d be hard to trademark ‘UI’ even in the RPA field?
The UI Trademark Application
Apparently, this is the scoop on the application:
The UiPath UI trademark is an orange RPA robot cartoon with orange legs and blue arms. Each blue arm of the RPA robot holds a magnifying glass. The UiPath UI™ trademark registration is designed to include the range of categories that include downloadable computer programs and software that use artificial intelligence (AI) for robotic automation, processing, analysis, document automation, robotic process automations (RPA).
UiPath UI Trademark Details
|Trademark Property||Established Value|
|Mark Literal Elements||UI|
|Mark Type||UiPath Associate Certification Exam|
|Exam||Trademark, Service Mark|
|Standard Character Claim||No|
|Basis of Claim||Section 1(a)|
|Primary US Classes||021: Electrical Apparatus, Machines and Supplies|
|Primary International Class||(Electrical and scientific apparatus)|
|Attorney Name||Adam E. Urbanczyk|
|UiPath UI Trademark Application||UI Trademark Details|