Is a Federally Registered Trademark Protected in the Self-Governing U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico? by Iván G. Marrero

Trademarks registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), including marks registered in accordance with a convention or treaty relating to trademarks to which the United States is a party, may not be fully protected in Puerto Rico if rights owners fail to take certain key steps. For more information, click here