What Do You Do When Someone is Using Your Trademark?

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Howard Miller: When you see that someone is using your trademark, you should immediately consult a lawyer, whether it’s us or someone else and have that lawyer file a letter demanding that the other person stop using the trademark.

You sue for patent infringement in a federal court. You sue the people or the companies, who you believe and can prove are infringing your patent. You set out what your patent is and you set out what the infringement is and then claim the damages that have been caused to you because of the patent infringement. You should consult a lawyer who works, as we do, on a contingency; a fee is only paid if we recover damages for you.

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