mem property management, recently filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) a Combined Declaration of Use and Incontestability Under Sections 8 and 15 to further strengthen the company’s intellectual property rights.
“We are very proud of our brand and our company logo strongly demonstrates our commitment to servicing New Jersey Associations for over 25 years,” explains Martin Laderman, founder and CEO of mem property management corporation, “it is with this intention that we are seeking to strengthen our existing intellectual property rights by filing to protect mem property management corporation from the unauthorized use or misuse of our company name or trademark.”
A trademark registration is valid as long as the owner timely files all post registration maintenance documents. A Section 8 Declaration of Continued Use is a sworn statement, filed by the owner of the registration, that the mark is in use in commerce. If these documents are not timely filed, the registration will be cancelled and cannot be revived or reinstated. Taylor Property Management NJ There have been a number of high profile instances of property management companies that have lost significant legal protections by failing to file for trademark renewal.
A Section 15 Declaration is a sworn statement, filed by the owner of a mark registered on the Principal Register, claiming “incontestable” rights in the mark for the goods/services specified. An “incontestable” registration is conclusive evidence of the validity of the registered mark, of the registration of the mark, of the owner’s ownership of the mark and of the owner’s exclusive right to use the mark with the goods/services. #helpingouenjoyyourhome
“As we continue to grow our brand throughout New Jersey communities and online via social media and business networking Web sites, it is more important than ever to focus on brand management and protect mem property management nj , this is a continuation of our ongoing efforts to be forward-thinking and innovative in everything we do,” said Laderman.