Although I have chosen carefully and have verified the availability, if you're not careful your domain name may infringe certain laws. So if you have or are about to buy one, you could be in trouble without even knowing it yet. Some sellers may not tell you that the domain name you buy or you already have may violate trademark rights then you could lose that name that you both like and for you, or worse. The laws of trademark registrations and patents that apply offline also generally applied to domain names, especially if it's a professional. As a mark may be a word, name, symbol, graphic, photo, or a device and is used to distinguish and identify the products and services of a person or company from those of another, the purpose of a trademark is also to prevent confusion in the eyes of consumers of certain goods and services.
Basically, there to prevent unfair competition. Having said this, it follows the simple fact of having purchased a particular domain does not necessarily mean that the buyer has exclusive rights over it. If there is a mark already registered by another person on your domain name, the holder is entitled to send an order to "cease and desist" and possibly conminarte to stop using that domain name. Now that you know, you can avoid the problems related to this topic and thereby prevent that you have to leave your domain once you've started the business on the Internet. So does research before buying a domain name and make sure it is not associated with any brand. To this end, there are trademark search engines where you can type a word or phrase and tell you if a mark. Visit the official site of your country brands, such as the website of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to conduct a trademark search: you always have the right to reply if there is a problem with your domain name, many times you may lose the case and having to renounce it. By That is good to prevent the situation and avoid wasting time, money and headaches before starting your online business.