Trademark Enforcement Packages

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  • Notice to Infringing Website or HostNotice will be sent either to the website or the host of the website.
  • Claimed Links (1-2)You can give 1- 2 links under this pack
  • Filing Period (3-7)It will usually take 3-7 days to send the notice.



  • Notice to Infringing Website and HostNotices are sent to the infringing website and the host.
  • Claimed Links (up to 10)You can give up to 10 links under this pack.
  • Filing Period (2-4)It will usually take 2-4 days to send the notice



  • Notice to Infringing Website and HostThis includes DMCA take down notices to the infringing website and the host along with Cease and Desist Notice (if required).
  • Claimed Links (up to 25)You can give up to 25 links or a complete website takedown.
  • Filing Period (24-48hrs)It will usually take 24 Hours-48 Hours to send the notice

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions You Want To Know

Trademark enforcement means to enforce your rights against the infringer who is using the mark in the commercial course of business by sending a notice of infringement.

You need to enforce your trademark rights in order to prevent your mark from being misused by others. This misuse may result in weakening of your mark and loss of distinctiveness, which may also result in loss of trademark. It may also create consumer confusion.

Enforcement will warn the infringers and stop them from using the mark. The infringing website may be taken down if the mark is not removed from the website.

Trademark is enforced through the national laws of every country.

We usually take 24 hours to 7 days’ time period to send the notice depending on your priority and complexity of the matter.

In order to discover that your trademark is being used by someone else, you have to conduct a trademark monitoring from an Intellectual Property Specialist. In the monitoring report, you would get to know the infringers.

To stop others from using the mark, you need to send a trademark infringement notice or a cease and desist notice, if required. After receiving the notice, if the infringer doesn’t take any step to resolve, you can go for legal aid.

You can go for enforcement if you satisfy the following conditions:

  • i. Your trademark should be registered
  • ii. Infringements are located in the same geographical area as the place of registration.
  • iii. Infringers should carry on the business with the same goods or services like yours.
  • iv. If the infringing mark creates the likelihood of confusion in the minds of consumers.
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