Aforementioned fact that no one should be allowed to steal intellectual or digital property of any individual is protected under USPTO. USPTO ensures that all your trademarks and patents are secure and no one is allowed to copy, infringe, or steal your property. If someone does so, you can file a complaint against them and be the sole owner of all assets of any sort – digital; content, media, audio, video, and designs that you may plan to or have been using in the past.
Maintaining control of your brand is critical to your business's success. When other companies use similar names and logos for competitive items, businesses lose ownership of their brand. When someone else uses your trademark in the marketplace, whether purposefully or unintentionally, it causes uncertainty among potential customers, and this misunderstanding may cause them to avoid your company. You must register your mark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, or USPTO, in order to keep it as the exclusive user.
Before pursuing legal action, you should always contact a trademark attorney. Counterclaims may be filed against you and your firm if you conduct an unlawful enforcement action.