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Why Are Trademark Searches Important?

#TrademarkTuesday

December 13, 2016

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Nexsen Pruet intellectual property attorney Sarah Nagae shares insight into the types of trademarks and the trademark process as a whole in her weekly series, "Trademark Tuesday." 

For the third installment, she examines "Why Are Trademark Searches Important?"

Our U.S. trademark searching covers federal and state applications and registrations, as well as common law uses.  

The search is critical to insure that you are not infringing on anyone else's rights. It also assists us to draft your application so it has the best chance possible of maturing to registration.  

 

Watch this video & and others from the #TrademarkTuesday series on YouTube.


Sarah Nagae focuses on trademark and copyright law, helping clients protect their business names, brand names, logos, artistic works and other forms of intellectual property.  In 2013, she was among the first to become a Board Certified Specialist in Trademark Law in North Carolina.

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