Maintain your trademark rights and stop infringers.
Once you’ve registered your trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), it is critical that you protect your trademark from infringement and abuses by other entities. Trademark protection is a crucial part of the process. Though the attorneys at USPTO are known for being diligent about not allowing similar trademarks to be registered, some questionable trademarks are bound to slip through the cracks. If a trademark that bears striking resemblance to your trademark is registered, then you will want to know about it as soon as possible.
Why Trademark Protection is Critical
Trademarks are on file in three different types of database: federal, state, and common law. If you filed your trademark using the services of Xavier Morales, then you can be confident that all three relevant databases were thoroughly searched before your application and subsequent filing was approved. Additionally, I sent you a letter stating my professional opinion of the long-term viability and security of your trademark.
If you registered your trademark on your own or through any other legal attorney, however, then you may not have the same confidence in your trademark’s originality and security. A thorough investigation into the sustainability of your trademark, as well as ongoing monitoring and review, is critical for protecting your trademark.
My Monitoring Service includes:
- Regular searches for confusingly similar trademarks in the U.S.
- Patent and Trademark Office database
- Monitoring of your trademark registration renewal and maintenance dates
- Reports sent via e-mail on a regular basis
Trademark Protection: Ensure Your Brand’s Safety
The bottom line is this: when your trademark fails you, your entire business is jeopardized. Trademark protection is essential for any business – especially one that brings in a substantial portion of its revenue because of a trademarked name or logo.
Whether or not you choose my trademark protection services, make sure you know when your trademark needs maintenance and updates<. Also, it is critical to perform routine searches in the federal trademark database so that you are aware of any possible infringements or questionable trademarks before they become serious issues.