You’ve built your company and business around your name and logo. Your brand has a great reputation and you’ve decided to protect it by applying for a trademark. After investing financially in legal costs and a filing fee, you have received a valuable asset: your trademark registration. However, once you have received your trademark registration, you need to protect it. Within trademark law, part of maintaining your trademark rights requires that you police against unauthorized use of confusingly similar marks and actively enforce your rights if infringement occurs. So, if you do find that someone has infringed on your......


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