If you plan on selling franchises in New York‚ you will probably want to license the rights to your federally registered trademarks. By licensing these rights‚ you will allow your franchisees to use your trademarks in connection with their goods and services. To draft your trademark licensing agreement‚ you can get the professional help of a New York business lawyer.
If‚ however‚ a business franchisee violates the terms of your licensing agreement‚ you may take legal action in response to the violation. For instance‚ if a franchise uses your business name to sell unauthorized products or services‚ this may result in a violation of your licensing agreement. Therefore‚ your response may be to file a trademark infringement lawsuit.
To file a lawsuit‚ you have the option of seeking the help of a New York business lawyer. A lawyer may do what it takes to protect your federally registered trademark.
When launching a business or franchise in New York‚ it is important to understand the relationship between your trademark value and goodwill. Visit our article library to read more about this topic.
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