Q: How can I contest a trademark claim in which someone is claiming rights to my name and art?
The person who filed an LLC and trademark with indiana is acting in bad faith. I never gave them permission and she is claiming to have rights to "all" my art work. In the legal forms it reads "jane doe owns all rights to art by john doe" I never gave her rights I haven't spoken to her in almost a year. She has been harassing my new fiance and me and she's sent emails burning the same art she claims to own. She admits in emails that I built buisiness on my own without her help that I begged for three years and it took my three years to build it on my own. Now that I left her and began a new life the painting she's using for a logo she doesn't even have original. I created painting after that relationship ended and I am in possession of the original painting. I was first to use name I commerce and now she is claiming trademark and LLC rights to my company name and logo and even my name. How can this be legal the state of Indiana gave her the trade Mark and LLC. However I just found out
A: This is a contract and interference with business matter and is largely factual in nature. Your cost benefit analysis will guide you in ignoring the party or in getting an attorney to assist you in terminating her complaints. See an attorney who can assist in court in the county where she resides.
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