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Asked on: 3/10/08, 11:22 am

Federal Trademark Registration Issue

I registered a business in the state of CT ''IT Integrity, LLC'' 3-4 years ago and registered ''ITIntegrity dot com'' as a domain name. Recently someone in FL applied for and was granted a ''Federal Trademark'' for ''IT Integrity'' (Reg #3221865). I was using the name ''IT Integrity'' before they filed. I received a ''Cease and Desist Notification'' letter form a person, not an attorney, claiming I was am in violation of their trademark and must immediately stop using the domain name and transfer it to them. What course of action should I take, if any? Is it too late to contest the federal trademark?

Thanks

Jeff

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Answered on: 3/10/08, 11:40 am by Michael Blake

Re: Federal Trademark Registration Issue

You need to talk to a trademark attorney. I am one. Please feel free to contact me.


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Answered on: 3/10/08, 1:10 pm by Michael Stewart

Re: Federal Trademark Registration Issue

We can assist you with this.

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