Trademark Law also extends to the Internet

Before the advent of the Internet, chances for infringing on the trademark rights of a third party were not that prominent.

Today, the scope of reach on the Internet means that the possibility of infringing on an existing trademark is huge. The Trademark Law also extends to logos, names, shapes, fonts, and domain names on the internet.

To ensure that you don’t use a logo, name or perhaps a domain name that can cause confusion you need to get your website analyzed for trademark availability.

A specialist in Trademark Law such as a trademark attorney will do searches in various databases and will also do an assessment of sources on the internet to establish that your website doesn’t infringe on any trademarks.

Stay on the right side of Trademark Law by getting an assessment.

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