Trademark policing refers to actively and continuously monitoring and enforcing trademark rights. This involves taking legal action to prevent and stop unauthorized use of your trademark. Here’s how I handle trademark policing for you:

Trademark Policing

Owner Use: Ensure that your trademark clearly identifies your goods and services, maintaining its uniqueness and strength.

Monitoring: Regularly search and keep an eye on the marketplace to identify potential trademark infringements or unauthorized uses of your trademark.

Enforcement: Take legal actions against individuals or businesses that use your trademark without permission. This includes sending cease and desist letters, filing lawsuits, or pursuing other remedies to protect your rights.

Record-keeping: Maintain a comprehensive record of your trademark’s use and any potential infringements, which is crucial for defending and enforcing your rights.

Trademark policing is a crucial safeguard for businesses and individuals seeking to protect their intellectual property and brand assets. By understanding the nuances of trademark policing, you can make informed decisions to secure your brand’s future. I am here to guide you through the complexities of trademark protection and ensure that your rights are vigilantly defended.

I am Michael Jones, the managing member at Jones Intellectual Property, specializing in all aspects of intellectual property, including patent, trademark, and copyright law. You can reach me at
Michael Jones Michael Jones is the founder and managing member of Jones Intellectual Property, whose mission is to provide his clients with personalized, effective legal solutions. Michael has focused on creating, protecting, and advocating for his clients’ intellectual property rights throughout his career. View Bio