In Canada, there is a website called "CanadaComputers.com". So lets say you also had a computer store and wanted to call it "CanadianComputers.com". Would you likely run into problems with trademark, sued, cease and desist, etc? I don't think its such an easy question, because while customers could be confused between the two very similar names, they've taken the name of the entire country ("Canada") as part of their business name -- which is a little different than calling your soda shop koka-cola and being sued by coca-cola. I'm in a similar predicament, where a website selling the same items in the same industry has the exact same website/business name as mine, with the only difference being theirs has "Canada" in it while mine has "Canadian". So, for example, if there website was CanadaShoes.ca mine is CanadianShoes.ca Is this going to be a problem?