Priority Claim Trademark Application

What is a  priority claim trademark application? Priority Claim Trademark Application: Priority is the right given and recognized by the vast majority of countries around the world to the applicant for a trademark filed for the very first time. When filing, for the first time, a specific trademark, i.e. not having applied for the same trademark in any other country or territory, the owner is granted a period of six months from the date of first filing in order to be able to file in any other country as if [...]

By |2020-07-28T09:07:25+00:00July 28th, 2020|Trademark|

Introduction of goods and services linked to a trademark

Introduction of goods and services linked to a trademark: One of the common myths of people who are ignorant of trademarks is that they can prohibit someone else from actually recognizing their mark. While this is true, there needs to be some clarification in the statement. -- First of all, marks have territorial validity – only when they are licensed can they be covered in the field of jurisdiction. If you need more details on the issue, we suggest that you check our registered marks item and its territorial limitations. [...]

By |2020-07-28T08:58:51+00:00July 28th, 2020|Trademark|

Trademark Importance – You need to know 10 things

Trademark Importance: You may wonder if I need a trademark for yourself? We have your all-round guide so you can receive the answers. Please read to find out more. It's important to ask yourself whether you start a company, expand a product line, or rebrand – do I need a brand for my business? Many considerations have to be taken into account. Like with all other matters relating to intellectual property, it is always advisable to check all boxes before you go through the process. 10 stuff you ought to [...]

By |2020-07-28T08:29:26+00:00July 28th, 2020|Trademark|

Mistakes You Can’t Afford With Your Business Trademark

So, finally, you came up with the perfect name for your company. However, this doesn't mean that you can start using it without first filing a business trademark. Not only will this help you avoid potentially huge costs of a lawsuit, but it will also help protect your intellectual property. In fact, your business trademark can sometimes end up being one of the most valuable parts of your business trademark. No one, not even celebrities, is immune from the numerous legal complications that may arise if business trademark law, whether [...]

By |2020-07-28T08:17:27+00:00July 28th, 2020|Trademark|

What is the Trademark Madrid System?

The purpose of the trademark Madrid System for Multinational Trade Mark Applications is to facilitate the registration of trademarks in a large number of countries. It is regulated by the Madrid Protocol, a treaty signed by many parties, which allows the holder of a trademark to request the extension of a single trademark application or registration made in one Member State to any number of other Member States. How does the trademark Madrid System work? In order to apply the trademark Madrid System, a potential applicant must comply with one [...]

By |2020-07-28T08:10:26+00:00July 28th, 2020|Trademark|

What Do Burger King Trademark and Target Have Common: Examples

About The Trademark A trademark is a type of intellectual property in which a unique symbol or word(s) is used to represent a business or its products. Once registered, that same symbol or those words cannot be used by any other business as long as it remains in use and proper paperwork and fees are paid. Other intellectual properties like patents which are granted for a period of 20 years, trademarks never end. Organizations do need to apply for them and receive ownership confirmation with the U.S. Patent and Trademark [...]

By |2020-07-27T20:21:38+00:00July 27th, 2020|Trademark|

Protecting Your Trademark in UK

UK trademark system is quite different from the EU trademark system. The UK has left the European Union on 31 January 2020. The Withdrawal Agreement between the United Kingdom and the EU was finally ratified by the United Kingdom Parliament and the European Parliament. Therefore, the risk of a “No-Deal Brexit” has now been effectively eliminated. Introduction to UK Trademark A trademark is a kind of intellectual property in that innovative and unique symbol or word(s) is applied to represent a business or its products. Once registered, that same symbol [...]

By |2020-08-20T11:32:25+00:00July 27th, 2020|Trademark|

European Parliament Approves Copyright Directive: All You Should Know

The copyright registration in Europe is different from other countries In March 2019, The European Union (EU) presented its final nod to the Copyright Directive that will renew the existing copyright law in the area and allow publishers and copyright holders to seek remuneration from technology giants for the snippets of the work used on many internet-based platforms. While in the European parliament, 348 members voted in favor of the proposed directive on copyright rules whereas 274 parliamentarians voted against it. "The directive intends to assure that the longstanding rights [...]

By |2020-08-20T11:24:06+00:00July 27th, 2020|Copyright|

How to Register Brand Internationally?

You may be doing your business successfully in your own country and thinking to expand it internationally then this question might come to your mind how to register brand internationally. Protecting your brand internationally is also important. You are probably looking for ways to protect your intangible assets in different countries. Perversely, there is no such way but there are some regional agreements that give long protection in specific geographic areas.  Before that let's examine the trademark, what precisely does trademarking a brand name mean, and the brand registration concept. [...]

By |2020-08-20T11:12:08+00:00July 27th, 2020|Trademark|

Provisional Patent Or Non-provisional Patent: Which Choice is Right for You

Frequently, inventors have this problem in their mind which one is better- provisional patent or non-provisional patent. Inventors normally had to protect their inventions by filing a full patent application before the period of 1995. But after that, however, inventors were given an option to obtain a filing date for their invention i.e. the provisional patent application. Although a PPA costs more limited to register than a standard or non-provisional patent application, it doesn’t give all the security an inventor may think it does. That’s right for your invention. What [...]

By |2020-08-20T11:02:57+00:00July 27th, 2020|Patent|