Fight the Litigation to your Trademark
Litigation to trademarks are often settled or won.
The time is now to evaluate what your best options are. A trademark litigation is a formal action brought in a U.S. federal court by a private entity that believes that someone is infringing on their trademark rights. Do not worry, many litigations can be won, or settled through a co-existence agreement. Trademarkia P.C. offers a straight-forward, cost transparent way to defend or assert your rights in a litigation. We are experienced in helping you get a favorable outcome. In fact, more U.S. trademarks are protected through Trademarkia.com than any other website on the Internet, and Trademarkia P.C. is the largest trademark law firm in the world.
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What is Trademark Infringement?
Trademark Infringement is the unauthorized use of a trademark or service mark in commerce that is likely to cause confusion, deception, or mistake about the source of the goods or services.
Can I be stopped or stop someone else from using a similar trademark?
It is possible to commit trademark infringement when using a trademark that is too similar to another registered trademark. This typically means that the trademark is similar in name (or design, if it’s a logo), and it is for similar goods and services. A registered trademark is meant to identify the source of goods and/or services, and the government trademark office will reject trademark applications if there is a likelihood of confusion with a registered trademark.
What can I do if someone is infringing on my mark?
If you believe you were the first to use the trademark in question, and wish to assert your rights, you may consider sending a cease & desist letter to the other party.
A cease & desist letter is an order or request to halt an activity, or else face legal action. The recipient of the cease & desist letter may be an individual or an organization. A cease & desist letter informs a third party of your trademark rights without immediately seeking a lawsuit.
Cease & desist letters must be carefully crafted to ensure that your rights are properly stated. Any deficiencies in an improperly written cease & desist letter may be used by the other party against you. To retain Trademarkia P.C. to send this letter on your behalf, you may get started here.
If the other party is not compliant with your request, you may speak with an attorney to determine if you wish to take legal action, or attempt to settle the dispute through a co-existence agreement.
What can I do if someone accuses me of trademark infringement?
You may discuss your options with an experienced trademark attorney. Many litigations can be won, or settled through a co-existence agreement. Trademarkia P.C. offers a straight-forward, cost transparent way to defend or assert your rights in a litigation. We are experienced in helping you get a favorable outcome.