If you run a billion (or even million) dollar brand, does it make sense to spend a few thousand dollars to protect your mark from copycats? Or if you are a songwriter, does it make sense to spend thirty-five dollars to register a copyright on your song? The answer is yes. But the recent "SUPREME" trademark drama shows why this answer isn't so obvious to all. Read more about How to beat a copycat.
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