We Keep Our Eye Open On Your Trademark Worldwide
- Trademark monitoring will save you a lot.
- You as brand owner must take necessary formal steps to ensure that other parties do not use your marks without your permission, which means remaining without permission in all business and trade markets where your goods and/or services are sold.
- Many brand owners believe that once the trademark is registered, the entire process of brand protection is over. But it is not the case. With the expansion of the global market and the increasing number of trademark applications, the risk of trademark infringement also increases.
- BACT trademark consultants will assist you in monitoring your marks diligently for any sign of active or potential trademark infringement.
Process Of Trademark Monitoring
Trademark monitoring is the process of searching websites, social media, and online marketplaces for unauthorized sellers using your existing trademarks like logos, phrases, packaging, and more. It is essential for brands to monitor for trademark infringements so they can be addressed as quickly as possible when they are found.
Brands need to monitor sites across every country in which they sell their products.
A trademark monitoring service makes the search for infringements far more efficient, as the software program can scan sites 24/7 and make it easier than ever to address infringements when they arise.
Key Benefits Of The Trademark Monitoring
- A dedicated trademark consultant will keep open eyes out for any signs of misappropriation and provide you with regular reports on their capture.
- As soon as any infringement of your trademarks is discovered, we will move quickly to file opposition or nullity motions in accordance with any applicable deadlines. Filling appeal on time will prevent the similar trademarks registration, block the infringing trademark before it causes harm, eliminate potential damage and finally secure the way for the long-term development of the brand.
- Trademark infringement litigation can be extremely costly and time-consuming for a brand, whether they are the ones taking legal action, or are defending their trademark use.
- Trademark infringement examples are not just the use of a protected trademark, but the use of the protected trademark that would confuse customers. A registered trademark does not require proof that an infringer knew about the trademark to prove infringement.
Protect your Customers from Purchasing Counterfeits:
- Immediate action
- Infringement prevention
- Infringement block
- Infringement risk elimination
- Long-term development of the brand secure
Risks and Consequences Of Non-monitoring Trademark
Trademark theft is a nightmare for business people running their businesses. It can mean taking away the benefits of first market entry, loss of profitability or, at worst, the entire business in favor of competitors or counterfeiters. Therefore, regardless of whether you are just starting your business or already have a company that operates successfully, it is never too early to put up a protective fence around your trademark. Don’t wait until it’s too late!
The risk of non-monitoring is similar to the risk of non-registration of the brand but not equal. Before registration you do not have any legal rights, while after the protection of the brand you have the right and obligation to protect your rights.
- Affection the reputation of the brand
- Late discovering infringement
- Profit and customer loyalty loose
- The fake brands occupy the market
- The infringing brands drive down sales
Cybersquatting Is Argument For Trademark Infringement
Cybersquatting, also known as domain squatting, is the practice of registering, trading or using an internet domain name, with the bad intention of profiting from the goodwill of a trademark belonging to someone else.
The domain names are of great importance when a user of a domain name is a legally protected trademark. Two or more users of the same or similar trademark can have an honest simultaneous use for different classes of goods or services, such use does not constitute an infringement, but may cause confusion and dilution.
If the domain directs you to a functioning website that contains advertising for products or services related to your brand, you are in a case of cybersquatting. If the website address looks functional and is related to the topic of the domain name you want to register, you may encounter a game where someone offers to buy the domain for you, which is an argument for trademark infringement.
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