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Trademark Lawsuits:

By Hiring A Trademark Attorney
How they are handled and what happens if you don’t fight for your trademark? Nobody wants to get involved in litigation. It is expensive, stressful, time consuming and the outcome is always uncertain. Nonetheless, litigation is one of the risks that comes with trademark use. If you use a trademark that is confusingly similar to another party’s prior existing trademark, they might sue you for trademark infringement. Additionally, if another party adopts and begins using a trademark that is confusingly similar to your trademark, you may be forced to litigate against them in order to safeguard your rights. A trademark is a form of property, and like any other form of property there are costs involved in the upkeep of the property. For trademarks, these costs include monitoring and enforcement. Monitoring is the ongoing surveillance of the market and trademark...
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Necessity is the Mother of Invention

By Trademark & Registration Services
Entrepreneurs see a need in society and develop a solution to fulfil that need. The rewards can be great, both to the society and the entrepreneur. But in order for those rewards to be realized the people who can benefit from the entrepreneur’s innovation need to be made aware of it. Once they are aware of it, they need to know how to access it, whether it is a product or a service. Before they can access it, they need to remember it, especially what it is called. This is one of the most important functions of a trademark: as a way for the consumers of your product or service to store the information they will need to purchase your offering and to continue to repeatedly purchase your offerings in the future. Your trademark (also referred to below as TM)...
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