29 October 2019
For many, brand protection will mean the registration of that brand as a trade mark in all countries of trade or manufacture. However, obtaining protection is often just the first step in a long process of consistent monitoring and action, particularly for brands that attract a following making them vulnerable to counterfeiting or copying. Once the brand is registered, there are multiple additional services that one can employ in order to protect the brand and reduce the in-house burden.
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