Trademark Enforcement

Trademark enforcement refers to the process of protecting and defending a trademark owner's rights against unauthorized use or infringement by others. Trademark owners have the right to take legal action against anyone who uses their trademark without permission or in a way that could cause confusion or dilution of the mark's value.

Trademark enforcement typically involves a range of activities, such as monitoring the market for potential infringement, sending cease and desist letters to infringers, initiating legal proceedings, and taking action to prevent the importation of infringing goods.