A trade mark may be a letter, word, name, logo, signature, numeral, device, brand, heading, label, ticket, aspect of packaging, shape, colour, sound or scent, or any combination of these. They're used to distinguish the goods or services, of one trader, from those of another.
Trade mark registration grants the owner of a trade mark with a legal right to exclusively use, or control the use of, a trade mark for the goods or services...Read More
Trade mark infringement occurs where one party uses an identical or similar trade mark to a third party registered trade mark...Read More
There's no such thing as a 'world-wide' trade mark. To obtain trade mark registration overseas, an application must be filed in each target country...Read More
Trade mark searches are crucial for eliminating the risk of creating and investing in a brand that may not be registrable as a trade mark, or even worse, infringing upon third party intellectual property rights.
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A Registered Trade Marks Attorney is a person who is experienced in assisting with the registration, commercialisation and enforcement of trade marks.Read More