Godzilla vs. King Kong! Coke vs. Pepsi! An old domain name vs a new trademark! Ok, the last example may not fall under the same classic antagonists’ category as the first two, but it does pose an interesting question… if someone has owned a domain name for many years, can someone else come along and take that name for their own trademark?
Andrei Mincov, the owner and CEO of Trademark Factory, answers this question as well as a few other interesting ramifications that arise as a result of such a scenario!
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