Trade mark infringements


Trade marks and copyright infringements.

Exclusive rights attach to trade marks, the use of which without the authorisation of the trade mark owner may be an offence under the Trade Marks Act 1994.

This usually occurs when a sign or logo used on products or services is identical or confusingly similar to a trade mark owned by another party.

A common example is counterfeit goods sold over the Internet. We have a wealth of experience in successfully defending clients subject to investigation and prosecution for trade mark offences and aim to come to a quick resolution.