Texas Trademark Lawyer Tamera Bennett

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Sued For Trademark Infringement - Now What?

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has a couple of great resources to guide you in your next steps after being sued for trademark infringement or receiving a cease and desist letter.

The USPTO "I've Received a (Cease and Desist) Letter" flyer answers:

  • What is a trademark infringement cease and desist letter?
  • What are my options if I receive a trademark infringement cease and desist letter?
  • Does receiving a cease and desist letter from the trademark owner mean that I'm being sued or will be sued?
  • What if the trademark is not federally registered, or the registration expired or was cancelled?
  • How can I use USPTO records to find out more information about the claimed trademark and who owns it?
  • How can I challenge a trademark registration or application?
  • Do I need an attorney to respond to a cease and desist letter?

The USPTO "I've Been Sued" flyer answers:

  • How does a trademark infringement lawsuit begin?
  • What are my options to respond to the trademark lawsuit?
  • How do I find a trademark lawyer?
  • How do I know whether I'm actually infringing a trademark?
  • How can I use USPTO records to find out more information about the claimed trademark and who owns it?
  • How can I challenge a trademark registration or application?

Contact Lewisville, Texas Trademark lawyer Tamera Bennett with any questions.