Implementing opposition and cancellation proceedings against your competitors' trademarks
When you register a trademark, you acquire an exclusive right that allows you to prohibit third parties from using an identical or similar mark for identical or similar goods or services.
For the trademark you have acquired to be legally valid and enforceable – and thus retain its value – you should not only use the mark yourself, but also protect it from dilution by third parties. We are committed to supporting you in these efforts.
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Trademarks are a part of intellectual property that require extensive cultivation and care. The real work doesn’t start until after a trademark is registered.