Trademarks Attorney in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Determining Likelihood of Confusion

Minneapolis trademark lawyer David D’Zurilla explains that similarities to a different mark or goods and services could lead to confusion.

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The two factors that are considered in likelihood of confusion are primarily the similarity of the mark  the two marks and the similarity of the goods or services. If you have, if you use a similar mark on similar goods or services, then there is soon to be a likelihood of confusion.

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