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Description: Call Arun @ Plus919560214267. A quick Trademark Registration 'Boot-Camp' that aims to explain the legal and commercial benefits of trademark registration and what every business should know about how to protect the legal rights in their business name.... 1. Exclusivity: The One and Only... - Trademark registration will confirm your legal ownership of the name or brand and enable you to stop others using your name for the same, or similar, goods or services. A successful trademark application will mean that you quickly become the only business that can use the name in your sector. This cannot be achieved by domain name registration or by company name registration. Any name you adopt should be legally available, satisfy the criteria for trademark registration and should be registered as a registered trademark without delay. Trademark registration will ensure that you have the exclusive right to use your particular name or brand in your product or service sector in the geographic market for which you have obtained registered rights. 2. Stay Safe: Avoid Infringement Claims - A successful trademark registration demonstrates conclusively that your name is deemed to be legally available in your market sector and does not belong to anyone else. It generally means that pre-registration searches showed your name to be free for use and registration and that no one else was able successfully to oppose your application. Once you have obtained a trademark registration, the risk that your use of the trademark will infringe the trademark rights of anyone else is vastly reduced. The converse is also true. If you steam ahead and adopt a trademark without checking if it is available, and protecting it by trademark registration, you are running a very high risk that you will sue for trademark infringement by the owner of the mark. This ultimately means court action against you to restrain your use of the brand, and award of damages, confiscation and destruction of infringing stock an