Apply for Trademark Registration
Trademark is available in terms of names, symbols, devices, or words that will be used to maintain the connection with goods and services. Technically, if any mark is correlated with a service, it is called a service mark. However, the trademark is used for both goods as well as for services. The reason why a trademark allows companies to indicate the source of their goods is to differentiate them from others in the market.
Information and Documentation required in a trademark registration application
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Trademark is very beneficial for business owners, it gives the right to owners to use the mark and stop others from using the same mark.
This “®” symbol is assigned to federal registration and can be used After the USPTO register this mark. Additionally, you can only be used this symbol when goods and services are listed in the federal trademark application.
If you want to register your trademark, go online portal trademark electronic application system (TEAS):
- Applicant’s full name
- Valid ID, Address proof.
- A drawing of the mark.
- List of goods or services that you want to associate with mark.
- Filing fees.
When you fill your form online with TEAS, now you will need to submit an image of a specimen in jpg Format.
If you have any queries related to trademarks or filing federal trademarks you can contact with an experienced trademark attorney in your local area.
Yes. Multi-class trademark applications are allowed in India.
Where a person who has applied to register a trademark in a convention country applies to register a trademark in India within six months of the date on which the application was made in the convention country, if accepted, the registration of the Indian trademark will be backdated to the date on which the application was made in the convention country.
For a straightforward application, the usual time frame from filing to registration is 10 to 12 months.
In India, the term of protection for a trademark is 10 years from the date of application, renewable every 10 years on payment of the requisite fee.
If a mark is refused, Section 91 of the Trademarks Act states that an appeal must be filed with the Intellectual Property Appellate Board within three months of the order of refusal.