If I register the US trademark, does this registration offer any protection outside of the US?

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Written by Igor Demcak

CEO & Legal Mind

No, the registration of a trademark in the United States does not provide automatic protection outside of the U.S. Trademark rights are generally territorial, meaning they are limited to the specific jurisdiction where the mark is registered.

If you wish to protect your trademark in countries outside of the US, you will need to seek trademark registration in each desired jurisdiction separately. This involves filing trademark applications with the relevant intellectual property offices in those countries and complying with their specific requirements and procedures.

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