There’s a popular saying; “What you don’t know, can’t hurt you.” It’s not necessarily true for trade marks unfortunately. “What you don’t know, can hurt you.” You’ve registered your trade mark and you’re reaping the benefits of a healthy, valuable brand. How can you ensure that your mark is safe and exclusive, and who do you turn to when someone infringes on your right?
Adams & Adams is well placed to assist in maintaining your trade mark through the constant scanning of new applications and through regular checks of infringement. There are a variety of remedies available should it become necessary to defend your valuable intellectual assets:
- Litigation motion proceedings
- Litigation trial proceedings
- Passing-off matters
Contact one of our Trade Mark Law Professionals
How can we help you?
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