|Quoting LH526 (Thread starter):|
I emailed them many times within the last months, everyone, from marketing to legal, noone replied. Letters remained unanswered, and on the phon they told me they would reply by email …. Nothing happened.
|Quoting LH526 (Thread starter):
I have hours of old PanAm movie material from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, commercials, marketing movies .... And I wanted convert those old 16mm reels professionally to digital movie and put them all in a neat DVD box depicting the golden era of jet age. I believe there's a big market for those films, both among enthusiasts and average people with a sense of nostalgy.
|Quoting LH526 (Reply 8):
but would Mr Nishi be the right person to contact? He only seems to be the Attorney that advised PanAm in claiming the rights and patents, but is he working for PanAm or was he a hired external?
|Quoting Warreng24 (Reply 9):|
Your best bet would be to contact Mr. Nishi.
He is person who filed the paperwork on behalf of the owner of the Pan Am logo. He is most likely working as a contractor to the Pan Am company.
Once you present your plans to Mr. Nishi, he would be the one who would know if you would be infringing on the trademark.