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  1. Arti says:

    Filing a trademark application at the USPTO starts a legal proceeding. Although not required, most applicants hire attorneys like us who specializes in trademark matters to represent them in the application process and provide legal advice. No. The registration is valid as long as you timely file all post registration maintenance documents and pay any required fees. In the United States, a trademark owner obtains “common law” rights by being the first in a given market to use the trademark. A common law user can stop newcomers from using trademarks that are likely to cause confusion in the same market. The common law user may also challenge a federal trademark registration or application. The common law user may also challeng

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