One of our advisors has a service provider client who has been in business for more than a decade. He recently got a mobile call from a customer complaining about his work. He told the customer that he previously not done work for her and after further analysis of her receipt she recognized that the work was done by another company with a very similar name.
Unfortunately both companies are even on the same road (different towns). Upon further analysis of the new company my client uncovered several dissatisfied customers. He approached the new business owner who’s not willing to change his company name. My customer is thinking if anyone has any suggestions on ways to tell apart his company from the other.
He is currently along the way of ending up in managers of local DIY stores to make sure they are aware of the situation and referring the correct company to their customers. A few of our colleagues chimed in. Who has the DBA or LLC? It seems to me that whomever has registered the business first has the to use the name. An attorney can issue a “cease and desist” order to the other company with respect to your client, In the event that you client signed up the name prior to the other company began using it lawfully.
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