I know you guys are not lawyers, I'm asking in case someone has been through this before which is plausible considering all the apps out there. So, apparently a company files for a trademark for the name of my app two months before I started selling it. Before I used the name I did countless searches online and found nothing so I figured it was a safe bet. Fast forward a year and a half and their trademark was approved so now they care coming after me. I did some research and I can't find any information(other than their trademark on the gov site) that this company exists at all. No products, no services, no website...nothing. They are saying that they do the same thing as my app and since I have the same name I'm violating their trademark(which I can understand I guess) Do I have to contact a lawyer...I would rather not but at the same time this app can make me money so I don't want to just drop it from the store and loose out. Also, what are the chances that they will seek damages? Also, does adding something to the name make a difference? It's on the store as XXX but my domain is XXXapp.com. So, couldn't I just change the name to XXX App or would that still violate the trademark.