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International Trademark Filing
Registering a trademark can be tricky. Most of the people fail to understand the process; thus, they file an incorrect application. There are exploiters in the foreign markets that take advantage of that. You have the right to protect your intellectual property, your asset. We help you achieve this by making the filing process fairly simple, straightforward, and easy.
Trademark filing involves different intricacies and most people fail to understand that or once they do get to know about it, they get confused as to how to go about it thus end up filing an improper and incomplete application. Once they experience this, they take help of different agents online and eventually get scammed and ripped off of their money. This is why it is important to file a proper application from the start and understand the entire process.
Different countries have different trademark filing procedures – some a bit lengthier than others. All you have to do is fill out a simple form or contact us and one of our experts will guide your through the entire process step by step, while being open to your questioning. We will explain the processes in detail leaving no question unanswered, allowing you to fully understand how we do our work for you effectively.
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Importance of International Trademark Filing
Every single market around the world is becoming competitive and fierce. Businesses need to distinguish themselves now more than ever. This is where a trademark comes into play, but not just this, trademark provides legal protection against counterfeiting.
International trademark filing can become lengthy and have intricacies, but we help you do your filings easily without delay with simple steps. Once you have achieved your international trademark, you can easily distribute your listed goods and services. The trademark owner gets exclusive rights with protection against infringements. If there is a breach of the owner’s right, the trademark owner can take it up legally and also sue the perpetrators.
Consider if a person did not have a trademark registered and was doing his usual business trading, any competitor could just copy his good or service and register it under his business name, the original owner, even though can try, would not have proper legal rights because he did not have a registered trademark whereas if the one who made counterfeit products decides to register a trademark, he can do that and if that happens, he would acquire legal rights of protection.
This is why it is always advisable to get a trademark registered especially when entering a new market. Apart from all the trading advantages, a registered trademark creates a brand image that shows authenticity to the customers.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The process for registering a trademark varies from country to country. To file for a trademark in the US, you can file an online application with the USPTO. The USPTO entertains two types of applications: ‘In-use’ and ‘Intent to use’. The online application is known as Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS).
Just like every country has its own registration process, the cost varies as well. Depending on the legal fees and the length of the process, the cost can go up or down. In the US, the price of registering a trademark ranges from $500 to $3000.
You need to file an application which should contain: your name and address, if it’s a business then the type of legal entity it is, details of the trademark, list of goods and services, the details of the class(es).
Yes, you can file for both: a local and an international trademark. Some countries entertain a single application to register a trademark locally as well as internationally.
Yes. It is possible to register a trademark in multiple countries with a single application but it depends on which union the country is part of. You can do this through the Madrid Protocol or EUIPO.
Countries have different laws regarding what can be registered as a trademark. In the US, the types of trademarks that can be registered are slogans, shapes, names, phrases words, images, 3D shapes, holograms, smells, and colors.