Santa Monica, CA asked in Intellectual Property for California

Q: Hi I am planning to expand a business from Sweden to US and I am wondering if I need to register my trademark(s)?

It's a new tech startup in Sweden and I am planning to expand it to US next year. I want to know the thing I have to do to protect my trademark, logo, and etc.

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Changi Wu
Changi Wu
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A: You definitely need to register your trademark in US in order to protect your logo and business in the US market. You also had better to conduct a trademark search to check if your mark has been used by others in the US. Therefore, you should hire an US attorney to assist you. Many attorneys here offer free consultation. You should contact one of them.

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