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If you own a retail store or other place of business and want to display a trademark, a distinct identifying logo or other artwork that you do not own the rights to, you must file an Application for License to Display Trademark at Place of Business. This document grants you the license to display another business's trade name.
A notice of domain name infringement is a letter you can send to someone who has created an internet domain name similar to a trademark that you own. Such unauthorized use of your intellectual property could be in violation of federal law, and the notice can contain a demand that the domain name be transferred to you.