Trademark Attorney, Lawyer: Trademark Registration & Trademark Infringement: Filing Under the Madrid Protocol Protects Trademark Rights Internationally

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Friday, 18 July 2008


If Country not a member of 0F Madrid Protocol how to proceed further for international filing of trademarks under madrid protocol

With the reach of the Internet, no longer can an individual or other entity limit its market to one particular country, such as the United States. When selecting a brand and choosing to file a trademark or service mark, it is imperative to consider the markets in which you will use your mark and sell your goods or services. The Madrid Protocol has made it easier, and cheaper, than ever to acquire registration in numerous countries, along with the benefits that are inherent to that registration.

International trademark registration will help to reduce the unauthorized use of that mark following registration and provide remedies when the mark is infringed. In today's global economy, global brand protection is a must.

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