Trademark Registration in .

Learn everything you need to know about the Israel trademark registration process. There are many ways a business can distinguish itself from its competitors. One way of doing this is to get a trademark registered, whether locally or internationally. If a trademark is registered, it will provide competitiveness and authenticity to the products and help fight against infringements, giving legal rights to the trademark owner.

To understand the Israel trademark registration process, let us have a look at the process in detail.

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Trademark registration services in Israel

The registering body in Israel for trademarks and patents is Israel Patent Office. The applicant can file an application online or through physical means. Before filing the application, a power of attorney is not required, but it can be asked later on. Israel’s patent office has set certain guidelines for what can be registered as a trademark and what cannot.

Types of Trademarks

Types of trademarks in Israel

Apart from the accepted trademarks, certain trademarks are not accepted in Israel. These include:

Who can apply for trademark registration?

Any person, business, or legal entity can obtain a trademark registration. Israel also entertains multi-class trademark applications.

How to register a trademark in Israel?

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After the search, you can file a trademark application with the patent office. Multi-class applications are accepted.

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Once the application is filed, it is examined. First, it is examined for any missing information and then it is examined to see if it follows the guidelines. The entire examination process usually takes 6-18 months.

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Once the Israel trademark registration application clears the examination, it proceeds towards publication. The application is published for three months in the trademarks gazette.

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After the Israel trademark registration application gets published, third parties are allowed to oppose the application. The opposition is allowed during these three months; this period is not extended.

If there is an opposition filed, the applicant is notified and given two months to respond and provide supporting evidence. Then the opponent is given two months to support his argument and give proofs. Once both the parties have given their claims with evidence in the form of affidavits, there is a formal hearing before the ITO, and then the parties proceed to give written summations. A decision is taken after that, and that decision is final unless the applicant or opponent files an appeal with the respective district court.

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If there is no opposition filed or if the applicant wins the decision, the Israel trademark gets registration.

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Price of Trademarks

Trademark registration cost in Israel

There are different costs associated with registration. The Israel trademark registration application fee is around NIS 1600 or around $492 for the first class, and then around NIS 1000 – 1200 or $307 to $370. There are other fees also payable related to filing an opposition and related actions.

Age of Trademarks

How long does the trademark last?

A trademark in Israel lasts for ten years. The trademark can be renewed a year before the expiration date or max six months after the date of expiration. The applicant has to pay around $25 for each extra month passed after the renewal date.

The renewal fee is around NIS 2900 or $890 for the first class, and each additional class costs NIS 2410 or $740. 

A trademark ensures the owner distinguishes himself from his competitors. The trademark owner can also use   to show authenticity and reliability. These are just some of the benefits of getting a trademark. Get your trademark registration done to protect yourself from counterfeiters.

At Trademark International, we provide hassle-free trademark registration services catered to your needs in compliance with the international requirements and standards. Trademark registration in Israel doesn’t have to be complicated, and that’s why Trademark International is here to assist with all of your intellectual property needs.

What to do?  How to do it?  When to do it?  Will it work?

If these are the questions that come to your mind when thinking of registering a trademark, you have come to the right place. We, at Trademark International, answer these questions and more! Offering multiple trademark services, we guarantee client satisfaction. For expert advice and consultation, contact us now! Or fill out our online trademark filing form

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.