What is Trademark Litigation

What do you understand by Trademark Litigation?

Trademark Litigation is a legal process that applicants need to initiate in the case of infringement of a trademark. A trademark is a unique mark that companies register to distinguish themselves from others in the market. Moreover, a trademark on goods represents a company and increases company’s worth socially. Knowing trademark litigation becomes important if[…]

Trademark Monitor A Complete Guide

Trademark Monitor: A Complete Guide

Trademark monitor is a crucial step when you have a business and have spent the money to register your trademark. The trademark monitor allows trademark owners to get alerts when the filing of a similar trademark takes place. It helps one to know when he needs to take action to keep the trademark safe. The[…]

Avoid Trademark Infringement Easily

Avoid Trademark Infringement Easily

The term trademark infringement denotes the illegal use of a trademark or service mark. It is basically related to the services or goods that are leading to confusion or misunderstanding about the real service or product. A trademark owner is allowed to take legal action against the violator if they prove that their mark is[…]

Why is Trademark Watch Service Important

Why is Trademark Watch Service Important?

Trademark Watch Service is an important process which helps companies to identify the trademark infringement in a timely manner.  The trademark watch service monitors trademarks which are registered or in the mid of the registration process to check any potential infringement. It allows trademark owners to get alerts when the filing of a similar trademark[…]

Why Trademark watching is Important

Why Trademark watching is Important?

Trademark Watching helps companies to identify the infringement and misuse of their trademark. It allows trademark owners to get alerts when the filing of a similar trademark takes place. Also, it ensures one’s position to oppose the trademark at the right time. Moreover, trademark watching asserts one’s rights by providing regular updates regarding the similar trademark. The[…]

TM Monitoring Why and How to Perform

TM Monitoring – Why and How to Perform

TM monitoring or Trademark Watch is an important step once you acquire a trademark for your company. It is a precautionary measure that keeps your Trademark secured from infringers. People by now know the centrality of a trademark for a brand. It is difficult for a brand to survive without a trademark in the current[…]

Trademark Monitoring: Why is it Important for your Brand?

After successfully registering a trademark with the USPTO, trademark monitoring is the next most important step. Enforcement of your trademark rights is your responsibility, and that is possible when you monitor your trademark closely. In order to stop someone from infringing your trademark, you must be aware of the infringement in the first place. This[…]

Global Trademark Search and its significance

Global Trademark Search is a process of scanning among the existing International Trademarks or Trademark applications for any potential infringement. Companies that plan to supply their goods/services in foreign countries take the help of these services. The complete process of application and registration for global trademarks is managed by the Madrid Protocol. However, the registration[…]

Benefits of trademark monitoring service

Benefits of Trademark Monitoring Service

Trademark monitoring service is used to keep an eye on the possible infringers of the Trademarks.  Also, it helps to avoid any infringement from our side. They notify us of all the possible threats. However, registration of a Trademark with the USPTO is just the first step to efficiently use and protect the related goods or services.[…]

Trademark watch and Its Significance

Trademark Watch and its Significance

Trademark watch helps in protecting the registered Trademark from the potential infringements. It monitors trademarks which are registered or in the mid of the registration process to check any potential infringement. If the company finds any mark resembling or violating the rights of the original Trademark, it can file an application against the infringing party.[…]