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Brand Protection

Brand Protection Top FAQs

  • Copyright is the automatic right which is attached to the way in which ideas are expressed.
  • If someone is using a trade mark similar to your own (whether as a domain name, trading name, company name or in some other fashion), and you have a registered trade mark, that third party might be committing registered trade mark infringement. If they are, there are steps you can take to stop that party from continuing to use that mark. For more information contact us.
  • Every company has a trade mark – usually it is either the name of the company or the product it produces/the service it offers. Your trade mark acts as a badge of origin, letting the public know where that product/service comes from. A trade mark registration creates a monopoly in your registration – enabling you to stop others benefiting from your brand or the business you generate through word of mouth (and thus protect your reputation).