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We will secure exclusive rights for your brand.

Are you looking to establish or develop a brand in the UK, Europe, or worldwide? Are the actions of a competitor diluting the strength of your brand? Our attorneys can help you protect your interests.

Trade marks are used to help protect a brand and to distinguish goods or services. Typically, a trade mark will consist of a word or device, often referred to as a logo. More unusual signs, such as colours or sounds, can also function as trade marks.

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Protecting your legal rights

Registration of a trade mark provides the owner with the exclusive right to use that mark for the goods or services for which they have been registered in that country. Registration is a significant deterrent to other businesses and provides incontrovertible evidence of a claim to legal rights. Unregistered marks which have been used and acquired a reputation may also enjoy legal protection in a number of countries. However, it is typically easier to enforce a registered trade mark against unauthorised use.

For advice on brand protection, talk to our expert team.

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