Differences between trademarks, business, company and domain names
Registration of a business name, company name or domain name will not give you any ownership rights over that name - trademark registration can provide you with protection.
Does your Domain Name infringe on existing trademarks?
Is your Domain name protected?
Trademark Registration verses Domain Registration - What Are the Risks?
While many companies and businesses may be aware, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has brought about a whole new range of domain addresses.
No longer can businesses rely solely on .com, .com.au, or other historic prefixes. With the introduction of new domains such as .coffee and .clothing businesses are placed at a higher risk of inadvertent trademark infringement.
So what role does trademark registration play with domain registration? Well this is a highly complex area and one that many businesses are finding out the hard way can lead to trademark infringement matters that can be costly and stressful.
TradeMarks Australia™ has been staying ahead of the complex risks that businesses now face when registering domain names and is able to provide you with comprehensive domain and trademark searches to make sure that you are not facing a potential law suit.
NB: Do not hesitate to communicate if you are experiencing a problem or challenge in registering a Domain Name, we can help you!
To avoid any risks, contact TradeMarks Australia™ now.. - email@example.com