Whether you're building a global brand or opening up a local yoga studio, your name is one of your most precious assets.
You can set up a business in minutes. However, just because you register a company name with Companies House and buy the website domain, you don't have exclusive right to this unless you also own the trade mark. It might be that you've unwittingly chosen a name that has already been trade-marked by someone else – and they may have the right to stop you trading, particularly if you are selling the same or similar products or services.
The good news is you can protect your brand or logo by registering it as a trade mark. Dale Campbell is an experienced trade mark attorney based in Newbury who can help. Like many legal processes the formalities can be daunting: but Trademark Tribe can guide you every step of the way. From initial searches to filing your application and from negotiating any settlements to keeping a watching brief on your trade mark, we can help make the painless as stress-free as possible. At the end of it you'll have peace of mind, knowing that your brand, and thus the value of your business, is protected.
"Dale was responsible for navigating us through some complex Trademarking issues that we had. The success was all down to Dale's knowledge, diligence and experience..." Neil Franklin
"Dale is a fantastic person to work with and her clients certainly come first." Russel Adlem
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