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Trademark Law

Trademark law is a branch of intellectual property law that protects a company's brand identity. A trademark is a symbol, word, or phrase that distinguishes one company's goods or services from those of others. Trademark law grants the owner of the trademark exclusive rights to use the mark and prevent others from using it without permission. Trademark infringement occurs when someone else uses a trademark without permission, and it can result in legal action, including damages and injunctions. Trademark Law is essential for protecting a company's reputation and ensuring that consumers can easily identify and trust the products and services they offer.

Ankhi-Krol Law's focus is on client satisfaction and a commitment to excellence. Shahrina Ankhi-Krol, Esq. understands the importance of your brand's identity. She will help you to protect and grow your brand in every step of the way. With her unparalleled expertise and attention to detail, you can trust Ankhi-Krol Law to provide you with the best advice and representation in Trademark Law. 

What is a trademark?

A trademark is a brand name and identity. A trademark or service mark includes any word, name, symbol, device, or any combination, used or intended to be used to identify and distinguish the goods/services of one seller or provider from those of others, and to indicate the source of the goods/services.


What this firm does:

  • Trademark Registration Application

  • Section 8 and Section 15 renewal applications

  • International Trademark Application

  • Trademark Dispute Resolution

  • Drafting and sending Cease and Desist letters to infringers

  • Responding to Cease and Desist letters

  • Trademark infringement prosecution

  • Trademark infringement defense

  • Transfer of trademark ownership

  • Respond to Office Actions

  • Trademark Appeals

  • Trademark Licensing Agreement

  • Trademark Co-Existence Agreement

  • Trademark licensing and sale negotiations

...and more​

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