After acquiring a trademark registration, you may feel that you have done all there needs to be done to protect the name of your company or brand. While a trademark registration affords significant protection, it is not always enough to combat trademark infringement. In certain circumstances, if enough thirdparties in the marketplace begin using a mark confusingly similar to yours, your mark may be weakened and consumers may be less likely to be confused by the infringing third-party use. Hence, remaining vigilant in the marketplace and taking swift action against infringing use is an important consideration for your trademark portfolio. As discussed below, there are a couple of efficient ways to accomplish this goal.
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