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Protect Your Trademarks And Intellectual Property
Logos and other design elements help people identify a brand or company. These visual elements are often one of the most valuable pieces of property a company owns. Business owners, website owners and other parties should take legal steps now to protect their intellectual property.
Failure to do so could result in trademark infringement and costly litigation down the road.
At Coodin & Overson, PLLP, we help clients with the following:
- Registering trademarks
- Renewing trademarks
- Maintaining trademarks
- Litigating trademark infringement
If you are interested in speaking with a Lake Elmo trademark attorney about protecting your trademark, please do not hesitate to contact our law office online today. We can set up a consultation to discuss your pressing questions.
Do I Need To Register My Trademark?
It is highly advisable to federally register a trademark. First, obtaining a trademark shows that you are the registered owner of the material. If another party recreates or illegally uses your material in the future, proof of ownership is easy to establish.
Additionally, once you register a trademark in the United States, you can begin the process of registering your trademark in other countries. In today’s global marketplace, it is essential to ensure that your material is protected at home and abroad.
Trademark infringement: If another party has infringed on your trademark, talk to one of our intellectual property attorneys. We can help identify a course of legal action to ensure that your material is protected. This may involve filing a lawsuit against the infringing party. You may be eligible for monetary damages.
Contact A St. Paul Intellectual Property Lawyer
Whether you are proactively seeking to register a trademark, or you are seeking legal help after another party has copied or illegally used your trademark, please call our Lake Elmo law office. We represent clients throughout the Twin Cities and Minnesota.