A Registered Trade Marks Attorney has tertiary qualifications and training in the laws relating to trade marks.Not all Registered Trade Marks Attorneys have a law degree, or are legally trained and qualified. Therefore, it’s ideal to find a Registered Trade Marks Attorney, who is also a practising lawyer.
A Registered Trade Marks Attorney is experienced in:
- advising on obtaining trade mark registration, both in Australia and internationally;
- conducting comprehensive searches to advise on the use and registration of a trade mark;
- facilitating the licensing and assignment of a trade mark; and
- assisting in the conduct of trade mark litigation, both Australia and internationally.