A trademark grants defensive and offensive protection. What chances of success you have in enforcing your trademark depends on how well-established your trademark protection is, if your trademark is used and if you want to defend your mark against a third party claim or if you wish to actively take legal action against a third party.
There are a variety of possibilities to take action against an infringer or to defend yourself. The most important remedies are: opposition, cancellation proceedings, cease and desist request including an undertaking commitment, the application of a preliminary injunction (PI) or the filing of a civil court action - all with the aim to force the other party to stop using their name/trademark and/or request monetary compensation in view of suffered financial damages.
We as trademark attorneys review your case and advise you on your options, chances of success and costs.