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Are there any rights established by having a registered trademark?

Yes. When a trademark is officially registered, the following rights are secured by the owner: 

  • Exclusive rights to use/benefit from the mark
  • Rights to object to later conflicting applications
  • Rights to appeal from the trademark office to cancel later conflicting registrations
  • Rights to file an infringement case against third parties for using a confusingly similar mark
  • Rights to obtain payment for damages caused by the infringing parties
  • Rights to authorize and give license to third parties to use the mark
  • Rights to appeal from the customs authorities to seize counterfeit imported goods

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