Protecting proprietary information and other intellectual property is a serious aspect of securing the interests of your business. As a Texas business owner, you would be wise to understand what you can do to appropriately register your trademarks and how you can protect them against infringement and the efforts of competitors.
More than likely, when you enter into a contract with another party, you fully intend to fulfill your end of the bargain and expect the other party to do the same. In fact, things may proceed as planned for some time before they begin to go wrong.
Barbie has her own color - a trademark pink that distinguishes her packaging and logo from that of other dolls and toys. This may be the reason why so many little girls who love Barbie also love the color pink. For some products, the consumer automatically associates the brand with the color, and this is a plus for you if you want your product to stand out in a crowd.
Nearly every Texas business deals in contracts. These agreements can be with vendors, suppliers or customers, among others. What they all have in common is that they must comply with the law in order to remain valid.
Creating and registering a trademark are two important steps in defining and distinguishing your business from others.
Contracts are a way to protect the interests of your Texas business, and it can be a threat to your financial well-being when the other party violates the terms of your agreement.