Trademark


Trademark Infringement

Trademark Infringement

    Trademark Infringement
What is a Trademark?   A trademark is a distinctive indicator used by an individual, business or entity to identify that the attached services or products originate from a unique
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Likelihood of Confusion of Trademarks

When trademark infringement cases go to trial, the judge tries to determine the likelihood confusion taking place among consumers. Judges do not actually converse with consumers or take a poll
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Remedies to Trademark Infringement You Should Know

Remedies for trademark Infringement InjunctionsJudges in civil cases have the right to order injunctions on those that commit trademark infringement. The defendant must follow through with this remedy. The defendants
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Trademark Infringement Lawsuits You Should Know

Trademark infringementGoogle v. GeicoGeico was looking to sue the search engine Google because Google was allowing rival insurance companies to advertise in ad space that popped up when Internet users
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Trademark Infringement Overview

For trademark infringement to occur, there must be a likelihood that consumers will confuse to brands using similar trademarks. The
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Defenses Against Trademark Infringement

There are two main defenses against trademark infringement. They are fair use and parody. There are different types of defenses
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How to Report Trademark Infringement

In order to report trademarks infringement, the owner of a trademark must have clearly established possession of that trademark, or have gotten the trademark registered. This shows ownership of a
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