Posted in the Patent / Trademark Law Forum
#1 Jul 2, 2009
Hi. I have a question I hope someone can answer. Let's say I own a company and I also own a trademark that my company is exclusively using. Right now, there is no assignment or license of the trademark to my company because, I don't care that my company is using my trademark and I'm the only one that would care anyway. But, now let's say that something happens and my company is sued. Am I personally liable at all because I personally own the trademark under which my company is operating? In other words, do I need to be concerned about protecting my assets because I personally own the trademark and, if so, should I be assigning or selling the trademark to my company? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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