Thursday, August 5, 2010

Trademark law

Trademarks play a very important role in the marketplace. One of the principal goals of trademark law is to prevent consumers from being confused in the marketplace. To maintain an unambiguous avenue of communication between supplier and purchaser, no two trademark can be so similar that members of the public will be confused.

A trademark is typically a name, word, phrase, logo, symbol, design, image, or a combination of these elements. Trademark Law requires registration for the holder of the trademark in order for him to obtain legal protection. Trademarks may be registered by the federal government or by any of the state governments.

If you become involved in a trademark dispute, or having trouble getting your mark registered, or simply want some advice from a professional about a trademark issue, consider to find a trademark lawyer. Your first step in finding the right lawyer is to get some recommendations other business owners.

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