- March 31, 2021 at 9:05 am#18004Christopher McCauleyParticipant
Registering your trademark will restrict other brands from using your logo, symbol, taglines, or phrases. However, if you still see counterfeit using your brand name, you can sue them right away under the law applicable. The unregistered trademark class for website is represented by ‘SM’ whereas the registered trademarks are indicated by ‘TM’. You can use any name for trademark. It can be your or the applicant’s first name, surname or the name of the predecessor in the business. A unique name or an exceptional, hidden word from the dictionary that should not be directly promotional. Do you have any other suggestions?
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