What is Trademark Law?
Trademark Law originated in England in the 13th century. Its purpose was to protect consumers against counterfeit goods, not unlike the purpose of Trademark Law today, although a little less sophisticated. Today we consider that the primary purpose of Trademark Law is to prevent unfair competition by applying a test of consumer confusion and providing rights and remedies to the owner of the Trademark.
The laws that comprise Trademark Law are extensive with many principles and requirements. Due to its complex nature it is always in your best interest to retain the services of a skilled Trademark Lawyer. The C2 Global Law Trademark Lawyers have extensive experience in providing Trademark assistance to our clients on all matters related to Trademarks including but not limited to:
- Benefits of Registering a Trademark
- Prerequisites for Registering a Trademark
- Trademark Infringement
- Trademark Dilution
- Trademarks & the Internet
There is much more to the Trademark Registration process than the completion of a few forms and filing an application. There are many subtle nuances of Trademark Law that need to be respected. In addition to filing a Trademark application the C2 Global Law Trademark Lawyers can evaluate a Trademark search or Trademark a product name, examine the risks involved in using a particular Trademark slogan or Trademark logo and determine the likelihood of your Trademark application becoming a registered Trademark.
Contact the C2 Global Law Trademark lawyers today and take the first step towards registering your Trademark.