Principal Register

Definition of "Principal Register"
  1. It's the main register where trademarks meeting the federal filing standards are listed, offering several benefits including notification to potential infringers and a legal shield against challenge after five years of ongoing usage
How to use "Principal Register" in a sentence
  1. Their trademark was finally placed on the Principal Register, affording them protective measures against potential infringements.
  2. After five years, the status on the Principal Register could not be legally challenged, granting a strong legal claim to their logo.
  3. Getting their brand name on the Principal Register allowed them to showcase its distinction and prevent others from copying.

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