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8 Questions Answered
- Q. Whats higher a trademark or corp?
- A: A trademark and a corporation have completely different purposes. A trademark is to protect consumers by granting one company the right to use an identifying word or symbol to show products or services provided by the company. A corporation is a legal entity.
- Q. Can I trademark a name and tag line all at one
- A: You can combine the name and tag line in one trademark application but that might limit your ability to enforce them when used separately.
- Q. I trademarked PhysicianFit.com B4 a co. trademarked PhysicianFit. How good of an infringement case do I have, if any?
- A: Did you trademark the domain name or did you register the domain name, there is a large difference as far as your legal remedies go. I suggest you speak with a local intellectual property attorney to discuss this matter.
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