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    Instances of encroachment. encroachment. Regarding research plan, our chose cases incorporate mandates with and without encroachments,


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    An encroachment is an infringement, a penetrate, or an unapproved act. Encroachment happens in different circumstances. A damage to one's privilege is an encroachment. An infringement of a resolution is likewise an encroachment.


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    You can google this for more details--search for "likelihood of confusion" and DuPont Factors. That is what a court would refer to in order to make a determination of infringement (or not). The marks don't have to be identical to create an infringement situation. On the other hand, even if the marks are identical, it doesn't necessarily mean that one is infringing the other. I am a trademark attorney and can't give you legal advice on a forum. The answer would depend on your particular situation.


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    That is what a court would refer to in order to make a determination of infringement (or not). The marks don't have to be identical to create an infringement situation. On the other hand, even if the marks are identical, it doesn't necessarily mean that one is infringing the other. I am a trademark attorney and can't give you legal advice on a forum. The answer would depend on your particular situation


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