A trademark is a form of legal protection for brand names and symbols that identify the source of a product or service. Trademarks can take the form of a word, slogan, symbol, or design — or a combination of these.
If someone is using your trademark to confuse people into thinking that they are you, or somehow affiliated with your business, it may be trademark infringement.
Using another’s trademark to accurately reference the trademark owner’s products or services, or compare them to other products or services, is not considered trademark infringement.
If you believe someone is infringing your trademark, next let us know which type of trademark infringement you're reporting. Or learn more about reporting IP infringement.