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    i have copyright trademarked my strawman name if it is breached by somone i have sent user agreement and copyright notice to can i use it as a counterclaim in court for copyright infringmet
    i have requested documents in a letter with my user aggrement etc no reply i have aent a further 2 letters asking for proof of thier claims still no answer they have all been received as i sent registered post and have signed for verification i realize they dont infringe till the they write and use my name or phone me i just wanna know that i have legal standing in court for a counter claim thanks

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    Copyright is not trademark and vice versa. I don't understand what happened. Copyright is the exclusive right to use a "work of authorship" or creative work. A trademark is the exclusive to use a trade name or mark in business.

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