Trademark Renewal: Also know how to restore the trademark

Trademark renewal is the process by which the owner of a registered trademark extends its legal protection beyond the initial registration period. Typically, trademarks need to be renewed every few years to maintain their enforceability and exclusivity. To restore a trademark that has lapsed due to non-renewal, the owner must usually file a renewal application along with any required fees and documentation, such as evidence of continued use of the mark in commerce. This process varies depending on the jurisdiction and the specific circumstances surrounding the lapse, but it's generally advisable to act promptly to reinstate the trademark to avoid potential loss of rights and protection.

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