Intellectual Property Law Question

Is there an international trademark?

No.  Trademark rights are territorial, meaning they apply only within the borders of the country where the mark is used.  But it is possible to register your trademark in several different countries by filing one international application through the USPTO.  This filing is done under an international agreement called the Madrid Protocol and can protect your trademark in over 97 countries and organizations. 

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