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Trade Mark Protection

Trade mark searches

Trade mark searches are crucial when determining whether the intended mark can be protected in the desired country, based on relative grounds. These searches, which are most common kind of searches, ...

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Provisional refusal reply

Provisional Refusals entitle the applicant to respond within a 6 month period to the Intellectual Property Office which issued the Refusal through WIPO. Provisional Refusals are always based on the ...

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Opposition preparation and filings

In the countries where new trade mark applications are published and a objection period is foreseen, interested parties can file an opposition against an application in the predicted legal term. Our ...

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Trade mark renewals

Trade marks are the only intellectual property right that is not legally limited and that can in theory last forever. In order for a trade mark to be valid, official fees need to be paid every 10 ...

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Trade mark applications

The first step to trade mark validity is filing of a trade mark application in the territory of choice. Trade mark applications can consist of only words, figurative element or both; they can further ...

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EUTM

EUTM (previously called CTM) filings enable the owner to have their trade mark valid in all EU countries. This is the value of EUTM filings - it is just one filing for 28 countries, which makes EUTM ...

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