Trademark infringement

Trademark infringement,

Definition of Trademark infringement:

  1. Violation of the exclusive rights associated with a trademark caused by another partys use of the same or a similar mark, typically in an identical or related market.

  2. Violation of the terms of trademark of another entity by encroaching on the rights and privileges provided to the entity that owns the property. A lawsuit may be filed for trademark infringement as long as the party filing the complaint has registered the trademark properly. For example, Becky just started a cake shop. Her slogan is We Bake Them, You Take Them and she has registered it as her trademark. If another cake business uses the same slogan in their TV commercial, Becky could file a lawsuit for trademark infringement.

Meaning of Trademark infringement & Trademark infringement Definition