How is a Trademark Registered | Trademark Service in India

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A registered trademark is an intangible asset for a business and is used to protect the company’s investment in the brand or symbol. The application must contain a clear reproduction of the sign filed for registration, including any colors, forms or three-dimensional features. It must also contain a list of the goods or services to which the sign would apply. Trademark Registrations or TM Registrations is done through Indus pacific IP Practice can be done through Indus pacific IP Practice in Bangalore. Read More...http://induspacific.com/

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Presented By Deepak Rathi Ph.D. Law Firms www.induspacific.com mail@induspacific.com How is a Trademark Registered? INDUS PACIFIC

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How is a trademark registered? A registered trademark is an intangible asset for a business and is used to protect the company’s investment in the brand or symbol. The application must contain a clear reproduction of the sign filed for registration, including any colors, forms or three-dimensional features. It must also contain a list of the goods or services to which the sign would apply. Trademark Registrations or TM Registrations is done through Indus pacific IP Practice can be done through Indus pacific IP Practice in Bangalore. Read More….

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Owners of trademarks have exclusive rights to use a trademark under the categories they are registered. It must be distinctive so that consumers can distinguish it from trademarks identifying other products, as well as identify a particular product with it. It must neither mislead nor deceive customers nor violate public order or morality. Finally, the rights applied for cannot be the same as, or similar to, rights already granted to another trademark owner. This may be determined through search and examination by national offices, or by the opposition of third parties who claim to have similar or identical rights.

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How extensive is trademark protection? Trademark protection extends from registration to policing and enforcement. It is important that trademark owners include trademark protection programs in their trademark management plans. Each national or regional office maintains a Register of Trademarks containing full application information on all registrations and renewals, which facilitates examination, search and potential opposition by third parties. The effects of the registration are, however, limited to the country (or, in the case of regional registration, countries) concerned. To avoid the need to register separate applications with each national or regional office, WIPO administers an international registration system for trademarks. The system is governed by two treaties: the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Madrid Protocol.

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