Brand Infringement Litigation

Take legal action against misuse or illegal usage of your brand.

Trademark infringement means misuse or illegal usage of the exclusive brand rights without the permission of the actual owner.

MarkmyBrand helps you take legal action against unauthorised use and misuse of your brand by taking appropriate action.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Infringed trademark is the unauthorised usage of a mark that is identical or deceptively similar to a registered trademark.

The most common infringement is falsely claiming a registered trademark. Others include - Selling goods withfake marks, using strikingly similar mark for same goods and services, etc

Penalty as adjudicatedwith or without imprisonment is applicable for any person who is falsifying or falsely using a registered trademark. Penalty may be monetary, imprisonment, seizure of goods, etc or a combination of various penalties depending on the nature and extent of infringement

As an immediate solution, a Cease and Desist (C&D) Notice can be sent to the infringer. In case of factory/ manufacturing, immediate seizure of goods can also be done. Experts at MarkmyBrand can help you to undertake these immediate steps to stop infringement.

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