Its not that the grass isn’t greener on the other side.
Its what waits for you once you cross the tracks,
that one must be concerned about.
Snohomish County Process Servers, LLC. will prosecute every instance of copyright and trademark infringement. Our brand names, reputation, and the financial investments made into our corporate identity, in all forms and aspects of business, are matters that we regard as being of the utmost importance.
We will prosecute violators. The name of our corporation is protected by law. Unauthorized use of our corporate identity, and its respective trademark registration, violates state and federal law. The name Snohomish County Process Servers has been in use since 2009, and it has been officially registered as a protected trademark.*
Each of the trade names used by Snohomish County Process Servers, LLC., are protected by law.
The content on our websites, publications, contracts, business cards, brochures, flyers, e-mail marketing templates, and other forms of media used in commerce by us, are protected under state and federal law.
If you register a domain name that uses a brand name registered to and used by Snohomish County Process Servers, LLC, we will seize your domain. If you purchase a domain that makes use of our trade names, parts of our trade names, is similar to our domains or trade names, or otherwise violates state and federal law, we will seize your domain.
The penalties for copyright and trademark infringement are serious. If you are caught using the text contained in our website, copying or mirroring our website, or otherwise using the names, slogans, media, images, logos, or other trademarks, we will take action against you, seek relief, and fair compensation for your illegal use and violations, and we will seize your domain.
A bit of friendly advice: If it feels wrong, don’t do it. If you think you might get in trouble for it, don’t do it. If you didn’t author the content, don’t use it. If you didn’t design the media, don’t use it. If we’re already using a name you like, choose a different one that will uniquely identify your business. Distinguish yourself from your competition, by being different, not copying those who have already established themselves. If you always do all the right things, for all of the right reasons, you’ll most likely be just fine.
If you don’t make the right choices and do engage in copyright infringement, trademark infringement, or other unfair practices, we’ll give you a formal introduction to our corporate counsel (Grizzly Bear shown above). This bear doesn’t hibernate.