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Maintaining A Trademark Once It Has Been Registered

Federally registering a trademark can be an exciting step for a brand. Registration provides protections, and registering on a federal level encourages entrepreneurs to envision seeing their brand become a household name one day. However, the registration and visions of fame come with responsibilities. The main responsibility attending a trademark is maintaining it. Registration is the first step, but there are several other things that must be done to maintain a trademark. If you have registered, or are thinking [...]

5 Ways Your Trademark Issue Can Result In Trademark Litigation

When you register your trademark, you likely do so to protect it against infringement. When others use your registered trademark without your permission, this is infringement. In some cases, infringement can lead to trademark litigation as the trademark owner seeks compensation for damages they have suffered as a result of the infringing activity. The ways in which a potential infringer can violate your intellectual property rights go beyond simply putting your trademark on their products. If your trademark is [...]

Avoiding Infringement Problems In Washington, DC

Why Avoiding Infringement Problems Is Important In Businesses In Washington, DC? As a business owner, you don't want to be caught off guard when it comes to intellectual property infringement. With the rise of online businesses and increased competition, infringement issues have become more common. Washington DC is home to many businesses, making it a hub of intellectual property disputes. It's crucial that businesses in this area take all necessary precautions to avoid infringement problems. Quick Summary: Importance of [...]

What Is A Notice Of Suspension For Prior Pending Trademark Applications

Occasionally, a company develops and uses a trademark but does not find the time to register it with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). A trademark owner in this position may find that when they try to register their mark to acquire federal protection, a similar registration or application already exists, leading the USPTO to issue a suspension notice. Learn about what a notice of suspension means in the context of pending trademark applications and discover how [...]

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