Differences Between Trademark Objection and Trademark Opposition

Differences Between Trademark Objection and Trademark Opposition A trademark is a vital form of intellectual property protection, safeguarding the unique identity of products or services provided by an individual or a business. It plays a crucial role in preventing confusion…

Documents required for Trademark Registration

Documents required for Trademark Registration Trademark registration is an essential mechanism through which a brand can be protected from unwanted use and infringement.¬† The Indian Government has simplified the trademark registration process. The Entrepreneurs can now easily obtain trademark registration…

Advertisement of Trademark Application

Advertisement of Trademark Application Advertisement of a trademark application before or after its acceptance by the Trademark Officer is an opportunity given to the public to oppose the registration of the trademark - which is a necessary rule under the…

Types of Trademark

Types of Trademark Trademark is logo or combination of characters and numerals used by a company to claim its ownership on a term or design to represent its products and services.¬†There are various of types of trademarks which can be…

Trademark Filing

Trademark Filing - Process & Documents Required Trademark is a logo or combination of numbers and characters that is exclusively used by a business to distinguish its services and products from others in the market. Having a registered trademark can…

Replying to Trademark Examination Report

Replying to Trademark Examination Report Once a trademark registration¬†application is submitted and examined by a Trademark Officer, a trademark examination report is sent to the trademark applicant or person authorised by the trademark applicant. The trademark examination report is also…

Procedure for Trademark Opposition in India

Procedure for Trademark Opposition in India Registering a trademark is the first move for individuals and businesses aiming to safeguard their distinct brand marks. This entails applying for exclusive rights over a specific trademark, like a logo or tagline. After…