COEZBAY is now a registered trademark – Securing a registered trademark protects your brand, and provides you with the tools to prevent someone using similar signs and riding off the back of your business.
April 7, 2017 COEZBAY is a registered trademark.
The expansion of your business may be at risk. Especially if you don’t protect your trademark by registering it. With your brand registered, you are within your rights to take actions against parties who have attempted to register conflicting trademarks, or are operating with conflicting brands and damaging your business.
However, we do not want to give legal advice, as we are not lawyers.
We work very closely with one of the most renowned law firms in Munich. This law firm will also support you together with us in the preparation and updating of your general terms and conditions as well as in questions concerning trademark law.
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