Trademark Disputes

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Resolving trademark disputes

A trademark or business name dispute usually arises when two parties use a business name that is similar.  Often one party owns a registered trademark, while the other does not.   The owner of the registered trademark disputes the right of the other to use a similar business name, logo or brand, without their permission.

Business name disputes can involve complications, some of which include:

  • A party copies a business name, or produces counterfeit goods.
  • Disputes can arise due to the use of similar names, packaging, or goods.
  • Parties can argue over the use of similar advertising, or AdWords.
  • Opinions can differ about the extent of a businesses legal trademark right.
  • Competitors may disagree about the authenticity of a trademark.
  • Companies can lodge trademark oppositions to each other’s trademark applications.

Can BATTLE help if you are involved in a business name or trademark dispute?

  • BATTLE  can research the entitlements of each party to determine the legal rights and their scope involved in the particular circumstances of each case.
  • We look at ways to resolve any trademark disputes as time and cost effectively as possible.
  • We can look at the facts, consider the laws involved, and the rights of the parties to advise our clients on their best course of action.
  • BATTLE has helped to resolve several trademark disputes on an amicable terms.

BATTLE are experts at resolving trademark disputes and arguments over business names, contact us today to see exactly how we can help you.

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