Many trademark owners think that the most critical aspect of their trademark is that it is registered. Therefore, making some changes to the mark during its use will have no adverse effect such as risk of infringing the mark of another organization/individual or causing the registered trademark to be invalidated. The truth is that this is not the case. The two examples below illustrate the risks that trademark owners face when they use a mark that deviates from the registered one. Read more
Wednesday, November 24 2021 \ Published by IP Coster.