Los Angeles Trademark Litigation Attorney

Trademarks are a key component in brand recognition and product marketing. Disputes regarding prior use, infringement, and different markets can compromise marketing strategies and interfere with how a company positions itself in the marketplace. In order to minimize confusion and maintain trademark rights, trademarks are registered and enforced both internationally and domestically through a database. By comparing how a trademark is designed, when it was registered, and the goods it was meant to cover, it’s possible to determine if an unregistered trademark infringes upon it.

At the Trojan Law Offices, our trademark attorneys assert and protect our client’s trademark rights through litigation when cease and desist orders or demand letters are ignored. We represent clients both domestically and internationally and have the resources needed to apply for trademarks and conduct searches throughout the United States and abroad.

Protecting and asserting trademark rights is important for protecting your company’s products and reputation. To schedule an appointment and discuss your case, contact trademark litigation attorneys at the Trojan Law Offices today.

Grounds for Trademark Litigation

The Trojan Law Offices counsels and represents clients in regard to the following issues as they pertain to grounds for trademark litigation:

  • Abandonment
  • Incontestability
  • Concurrent registration
  • Disputes over prior use
  • Senior registrant rights against pre-registration user
  • Disputes regarding second users and constructive notice
  • Secondary meaning and descriptiveness
  • Similarity of goods or services
  • Similarity of marks

Domestic Registration of Trademarks

States have specific requirements for trademark registration. Domestic trademark infringement often occurs when an incomplete trademark review or search fails to uncover an existing trademark in another state. Litigation may be necessary when disputes arise regarding the markets involved, allegations claiming trademark abandonment, or similarity in design. Adding to these difficulties is the Lanham Act and how certain trademark rights are construed under it. Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience needed to sort through what can be complicated, technical issues and ensure your trademark rights are enforced.

Contact Our Attorneys Today

If you believe your trademark has been infringed upon either domestically or internationally, contact trademark litigation attorneys at the Trojan Law Offices today to schedule an appointment to discuss your case.