Q: hello! L3 is trademarked in full or other word combinations can be used. Like example l3 shop , l3 news, l3 business
A: I need a little more information to answer your question. Are you the owner the L3 mark looking to expand your trademark portfolio? Or does another company own the L3 mark, and you're wondering if you can use L3 as a part of a longer mark? Which goods/services are offered under the L3 mark? Under the other marks? I highly recommend consulting a trademark attorney to go over the facts of your specific case. You can work with a trademark attorney licensed in any state, not just the state where you are located.
A: As the previous answer stated, there is more information needed to give an exact answer. However, if you're asking if two brands with thee same name can exist, the answer is sometimes. Think of Delta Airlines and Delta faucets. They are allowed to both be trademarked because they sell completely different products and there is no real chance that consumers would confuse the brands. However, you would not be able to have Delta Airlines and Delta Air Travel.
Contact a licensed trademark attorney (in any state) to do a trademark search and answer your question more in-depth.
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