When you start a new company you should always consider registering a trade mark. Trademark registration can include logos, company names, words and phases etc. It will help you to protect your business from competitors trading under your trade mark and enable you to take legal actions against them. You can still turn to common low to prevent such actions but it is always more complicated and expensive.
The are several advantages of using a registered trademark for your business over simply relying on common law trademark or unregistered rights:
If you would like take advantage of your business, trademark registration we will help you to do so. We can provide you with a guidance on the available registration options and enable you to register your business trademark.
There are systems which facilitate the filing, registration or enforcement of trademark rights in more than one jurisdiction on a regional or global basis.
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