Don't Let Owner Use Your Trade Names Without Authorization

July 3, 2012
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If you're a high-profile tenant, chances are that the owner of your office building or shopping center wants to mention you—and your recognizable trade names, trademarks, logos, or designs—in its marketing materials or on its Web site. This can help the owner attract prospective tenants to its building or center. But you may not want the owner to use your trade names, trademarks, logos, or designs for its financial gain, especially if there's little or no benefit for you.

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