Trademark Protection

Definition updated on November 2023

What is trademark protection?

In order to prevent trademark infringement and counterfeiting, trademark protection refers to defending intellectual property rights. A trademark is a recognized or officially registered mark used to distinguish the distinctive products and services of a manufacturer. A distinctive mark's owner may seek trademark protection. However, continuing to use the mark in commerce is also necessary for trademark protection. Make sure that no one else is using your trademark and file legal complaints against anyone caught doing so in order to protect it against infringement and counterfeiting.

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