US Trademark Application | "Illinois Intellectual Property Law Firm Announces Tips for Trademarked Companies"

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Category : Trademark Attorney

Remien Law, the Chicago intellectual property experts, have announced tips for trademarked companies who have encountered possible trademark infringement online. These tips are geared specifically towards aiding companies who have found their federally registered trademarks used without their permission by another party in an unauthorized domain name. Remien Law offers several options for legal recourse that can be used to take back control of a trademark.

This comes as good news to companies of all sizes seeking to maintain the integrity of their federally registered trademarks on the internet and beyond. Remien recommends either utilizing federal court litigation or UDRP (Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy) to resolve one's trademark domain name dispute. According to Remien Law, federal laws have relatively recently been updated to address web-based trademark infringement concerns, such as the ACPA (Anticybersquatting Piracy Act). UDRP (Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy) can cost far less and takes less time to resolve the domain name dispute, which is ideal for small to mid-size companies who lack the resources to pursue costly federal court litigation.

Remien Law is a highly sought after Chicago intellectual property rights law firm practicing in intellectual property protection services and various corporate services. They specialize in trademark licensing, copyright clearances and licensing, intellectual property litigation, domain name disputes, advertising and social media trademark clearance, international trademark protection and enforcement, corporate agreements and transactional services, and more. As a favorite among businesses seeking Chicago trademark attorneys, Remien Law is fully dedicated to their clients. Domain name disputes are a regular part of their ongoing commitment to helping businesses of all sizes protect their intellectual property.

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