Legal Question - Trademark infringement answers and trademark advice from trademark lawyers across the world.Copyright (C) 2008-20095Trademark infringement<table border="0" width="100%"><tr><td width="42"><a href=""><img src="" border="Question & Answers" /></a></td><td><div><a href="" style="color:#333;"><span style="font-size:14px; font-weight:bold; color:#333;">Trademark infringement</span></a></div><div style="font-size:11px;"> - &nbsp;<span style="font-size:11px; font-style:italic;">posted on 4/15/2014</span></div><div style="padding-top:6px; font-size:11px;">I have a trademark on the word CheerSounds, which is my company that creates music mixes for competitive cheerleading teams. <br /> <br />A competitors opened a website named, which he is branding with "cheer sound" and "cheer sounds". His site, one month old, also sells music mixes for competitive cheerleading teams. I am interested in paying to take legal action against this website. Please advise. &nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="font-size:11px;"><a href="" style="font-style:normal;">Read More <img src="" alt="Answer this question" /></a>&nbsp;&nbsp; <a href="" style="font-style:normal;">Answer <img src="" alt="Answer this question" /></a></span></div></td></tr></table>