We bring an advantage as pure litigators to any trademark matter. We have litigated trademark disputes in federal courts, before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and in domain name dispute forums.
Trademark disputes arise when a trademark used by an entity is confusingly similar to the mark of another. Proving or disproving a likelihood of confusion involves a multifactored analysis including the similarity of the marks, the respective channels of trade, and the sophistication of the relevant consumers. Strong and creative advocacy helps shape the trier of facts view of the evidence.
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