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From logos and brand names to photos and text, trademark and copyright laws fight plagiarism and protect your rights. At Henningson & Snoxell, our intellectual property lawyers are furnished with the resources and the experience to manage federal and state registration of all identifying marks, services and creative works, including the protection of:
While you are entitled to certain common law rights without filing an appropriate trademark or copyright, these rights are enhanced through federal registration of the mark. Registering a trademark or copyright gives your company the general presumption of rights to the mark and allows you to use the annotation symbol ® rather than the symbol TM. If litigation arises with other parties claiming to have prior use of the mark, the claimant would possess the burden of proving such a claim. Finally, registration gives you the statutory right to request attorneys’ fees after successfully defending such claims against you.
Failure to register a federal trademark, service mark or copyright can make the process of obtaining injunctive relief or other relief challenging.
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