HOW MARKAVO® WORKS
Written Settlement Agreements in 3 Easy Steps
Markavo® attorneys have represented a wide variety of businesses - from Amazon sellers, clothing designers, restaurants, professional service providers, and everything in between.
Gather your information
We will need all the information you have about your trademark dispute, including any written correspondence between the parties.
Place an order
Pay online with credit or debit card. Within minutes we will automatically follow up to collect a few basic details about your project.
Pass it to us
Once we receive your information, a trademark attorney contacts you to discuss your goals and the essential terms that should be included in the settlement.
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Many trademark disputes are settled out of court as both parties prefer to avoid the expenses associated with protracted litigation.
Draft a Trademark Settlement Agreement
Work with an attorney to make sure a settlement agreement protects your business.
- 30 minute strategy call
- In-depth review of dispute
- Priority processing
- Aggressive defense of your rights
Settlement Drafting Service
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Collectively, Markavo® attorneys have unparalleled trademark experience and great reviews.
- Years Experience
- Customer Approval
- Trademarks Managed
frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions
What the Settlement Drafting Service is and how it works.
What is the Settlement Drafting Service?
If both parties have agreed in theory to the terms of a potential settlement, it is essential to ensure that the agreement is fair to both parties. Experienced trademark attorneys will assist you in writing a settlement agreement or reviewing an agreement provided by the other party.
What sort of terms are typically included in a settlement?
Every case is different, but there is a universal list of terms that should be included in every settlement agreement to ensure that common risks are accounted for. For example, what countries does the agreement apply to? What happens if one of the parties is sold or goes out of business? What happens if one of the parties would like to apply for a similar trademark in the future? Working with an experienced trademark attorney is the best way to ensure your business is protected, now and into the future.
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