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Our technology is designed to help you protect, enforce, maintain and commercialize your brand protection.
1. Identify your class/es and choose your goods and services.
Trademark protection is based on the products or services you are selling. Identifying the right class for your trademark will help with properly budgeting for trademark protection, properly searching if the trademark is available for protection, and ensuring a seamless process to obtain your certificate. Our technology allows quick, efficient, accurate and thorough analysis of your company to assess what goods and services are required for trademark protection. Besides identifying the class, properly drafting the identification of goods will assist you with ensuring your trademark(s) fits with the local examination characteristics, requirements, laws and features. This reduces chances of office actions and oppositions and makes the process to get your certificate quicker!
A trademark search is crucial to protect your brand seamlessly. It involves checking for existing trademarks to ensure your desired mark is available for registration and won't infringe on others' rights. This helps avoid legal battles and ensures your brand is unique and secure. Our technology allows quick, efficient and accurate searches. You can always add an opinion and human review to get further insights.
Trademark protection is referred to as trademark registration and for a smooth registration a trademark usually passes through multiple steps until the final step which is the trademark certificate.
Step 1 - Trademark filing
Step 2 - Trademark Acceptance
Step 3 - Trademark Publication
Step 4 - Issuance of Certificate
Trademark protection gives you exclusive rights to your brand, and helps you protect your IP in a legal manner by securing your brand identify, managing your reputation and allowing you to commercialize (make money from your trademark).
Renewal applications are required to extend the trademark's validity period and to maintain legal protection. This ensures your brand continues to be protected from unauthorized use or infringement, and maintains exclusivity.
If you filed your trademark in your personal name, and would like to transfer the ownership to your company or sell it to another third party, then these changes should be recorded in the form of an assignment of a trademark at the trademark office.
6. Change of Name
As a trademark owner, over the life of your company you may choose to change the name of your company. These changes should be recorded to ensure continued accurate and enforceable brand protection.
7. Change of Address
As a trademark owner, over the life of your company you may choose to change the address you initially used to protect the trademark or you might change corporate head quarters and address. These changes should be recorded to ensure continued accurate and enforceable brand protection.