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Trademark law is a branch of intellectual property law that deals with the protection of distinctive signs or symbols that are used to identify and distinguish the goods or services of a particular company or individual. Trademarks can include words, logos, slogans, colors, shapes, and other distinctive features that are used to identify a brand.

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Trademark searching

This involves searching databases and other resources to determine whether a proposed trademark is already in use by another party, in order to avoid potential legal disputes.


Trademark registration

This involves filing a trademark application with the appropriate government agency in order to obtain legal protection for a trademark.


Trademark enforcement

This involves taking action to prevent others from using a trademark without permission, such as by sending cease and desist letters or filing lawsuits.


Trademark licensing

This involves the legal authorization for one party to use another party's trademark in exchange for payment or other consideration.lawsuits.


Trademark counseling

This involves providing advice and guidance to clients on issues related to trademark law, such as how to choose and protect a trademark, and how to resolve disputes.


Trademark portfolio management

This involves managing a company's portfolio of trademarks, including conducting trademark searches, filing and prosecuting trademark applications, and enforcing trademark rights.

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