Foreign Trademark Rights

Foreign Trademark Rights

Does a federally registered trademark give me rights in foreign countries?

A federally registered trademark generally does not give the owner rights in foreign countries. Although a federally registered trademark may be used to prevent overseas competitors from importing infringing products, to gain the exclusive right to use a mark in other countries the mark must be registered in that country.

Can Hamilton IP Law, P.C. file foreign trademark applications?

Many foreign countries have formal trademark offices through which trademark registration may be accomplished. Our attorneys are able to coordinate the filing of trademark applications in most countries in the world.