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Applications submitted may be processed the day of submission and an electronic receipt and an application number can be issued within one week.
To meet requirements of Amazon, AliExpress, ebay and Wish .
To avoid any malicious registration of your trademarks used for a long time.
To protect trademarks by lowering the risks of being infringed and sued.
To build brand images and increase the brand values as international brands.
To benefit from transferring, giving permissions and pledge of trademarks.
Searching the trademark names to determine if they can be registered.
Submitting trademark formality to designated national institutions and reporting promptly.
Preparing materials required and submitting applications.
You will be notified immediately when the registration is approved.
There are 3 conditions:
(1). For trademarks that have been used before, the proofs are required to be submitted at the same time when the application is submitted.
(2). For trademarks to be used, proofs are required to submit when SOU is submitted.
(3). For registered trademarks, proofs are required to submitted in the 6th and 10th year after registration.
(1). Photos must clearly show the products or services, trademarks and the relations of trademarks and products or services.
(2). Products or services must be real, not in form of samples or models.
(3).Photos must be original without being processed by PS or any other softwares.
(4). Products or services must be sold in the market, not pre-sale.
Any signs including words, images, letters, numerals, 3D signs, combinations of colors and sounds and any combinations of elements mentioned can be registered as trademarks as long as they can differentiate the products by any individuals, enterprises or institutions from other products.
TM is short for TRADEMRK and in China it stands for a trademarks being in the process of application. In the U.S.A, TM is generally used for all trademarks, meaning commercial signs. You can use TM in the U.S.A as long as the trademark is being used no matter it is registered or not.
R is short for REGISTRER, meaning the trademark has been registered in National Trademark Bureau and has been approved to be registered trademark.
There are rare cases in which registration is rejected due to violation of the EU Trademark laws. Mostly applications rejected are due to objections from the similar trademarks’ holders. According to the EUIPO statistics, about one fifth of the trademark applications are rejected.
However, the rate of being rejected can be lowered through the searches and investigations before submitting applications, so as to increase authorization rate.
Yes. The EU trademarks applications are reviewed by trademark administrations of 28 EU member countries and EU trademarks fail to get registered if any of these countries reject the applications, but they can still be registered as national trademarks in member countries which don’t reject the applications.
Possibly yes. Any third party can apply to cancel the trademark registrations if the trademarks have not been used for consecutive 5 years after registration. Trademark holders need to provide proofs of using the trademarks during the 5 years to defense. The registered trademarks will be cancelled if EU Trademark Bureau does not approve the proofs.
Generally speaking, trademark bureaus in all countries including Australia do not allow any changes in the signs of the trademarks, but the information of trademark applicants and contact addresses and other information in item descriptions can be changed and content of designated products or services can be partially deleted yet no adding or expanding of their scopes are allowed.
Generally no in Canada, but yes only if trademarks are applied by joint venture or partnership enterprises consisting of several individuals.
The definitions of a trademark and a trade name are the same with internationally recognized definitions. A trade name is the name for a manufacturer and it is an essential part of the enterprise name and an expression of the juridical personality as an enterprise.
A trademark is a brand of products or services of enterprises. An enterprise can only have one trade name but more trademarks and it can apply for both for using. However, any enterprises or individuals can not register others’ legally registered trade names as trademarks, otherwise it will be considered as infringement.
Like many other countries and regions, India trademark bureau provides accelerated services of reviews. Applicants can apply and pay fees accordingly and within 3 months after the approval the examiners will notify applicants if there is any flaws slowing down the registration.
Yes. Since the fees for adding one category and one application are the same, generally it is better to register one trademark in one class every time to avoid the risk of being rejected due to the failure in any specific class.
The exclusive rights of registered trademarks are subject to the approved trademarks and products. Registration applications are required if there are any changes in the signs of trademarks.