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Trademark Support


A trademark is a keyword, logo, or sign connected with a product or item that allows us to distinguish between comparable products/services/articles. It might be a company logo, a brand name, or a service name (Service Mark). One trademark can be related to many “Goods and Services” classifications.

Trade Mark is a symbol of a company’s brand and related goodwill. A trademark may give a company a significant competitive edge if it is properly secured and strategically used. Understanding trademark law, having a thorough knowledge of the market, being able to anticipate potential possibilities, and being able to take advantage of business developments are all necessary for effective trademark management and the efficient generation of commercial value.

An availability search for the proposed mark is usually suggested before filing a new trademark. It assists in estimating the probability of clearance for the sport and advising on any adjustments necessary before submitting the trademark.

Our Approach

For corporations with extensive portfolios that require additional trademark management support, IIPRD provides a customized solution that compliments the corporations’ existing agent network. Through our team of experienced trademark professionals, we offer specialized trademark administrative support from pre-filing activity through to post-registration management.

IIPRD’s team of highly skilled trademark lawyers offers customers value-added trademark services to assist them to derive the most commercial value out of their trademarks. Our team provides a wide array of trademark services, including trademark clearance searches, trademark protection, and brand management.

Our attorneys have a keen knowledge of trademark procedures having assisted clients in obtaining hundreds of trademark registrations in the USA, India, Europe, and other countries. Because of our expertise in managing trademark compliance audits and licensing/franchising agreements, we can provide our customers with special services that have added value.

Trademark Search and Registration

IIPRD provides a detailed Trade Mark Search and Analytic services for clients seeking to protect their Trade Marks. All our search reports are accompanied by a Trade Mark opinion that analyses possibility of registering client’s Trade Mark, not just based trademarks that are filed across trademark registries but also based on common law and public domain searches. Our systematic search methodology and experience in the US, Indian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Canadian, and Community (OHIM) Trade Mark Law enables us to provide value-added search and analysis reports.

When conducting a trademark search and analysis, we begin by determining which goods or services we should investigate and later include in the application. This is significant since you will be unable to add anything to the list once the application has been submitted.

Trademark registration is the process of legally protecting a brand name, logo, symbol, or other mark that is used to identify and distinguish a product or service. Registering a trademark gives the owner exclusive rights to use the mark in connection with their product or service, and can help prevent others from using similar marks that could cause confusion among consumers.

Here are some key steps to follow when registering a trademark:

  1. Conduct a trademark search: Before you begin the registration process, it is important to conduct a comprehensive search to ensure that your chosen mark is not already in use by another business or individual.
  2. File a trademark application: Once you have determined that your mark is available, you can file a trademark application with the relevant government agency. In the US, this is the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
  3. Wait for examination: After you file your application, it will be examined by a trademark examiner to ensure that it meets all legal requirements. This process can take several months.
  4. Address any issues: If the trademark examiner identifies any issues with your application, you will be notified and given an opportunity to address these issues.
  5. Receive registration: If your application is approved, you will receive a trademark registration certificate, which gives you exclusive rights to use the mark in connection with your product or service.

It is important to note that trademark registration is a complex and often time-consuming process. Working with an experienced trademark attorney can help ensure that your application is properly prepared and submitted, and can increase your chances of a successful registration.

Once your trademark is registered, it is important to monitor the marketplace for any potential infringement by others. If you believe that someone is using your mark without permission, you may need to take legal action to protect your rights.

IIPRD offers comprehensive Trade Mark Filing, Prosecution, and Registration services in India and Internationally. Our services are provided by experienced attorneys who are well versed in Trade Mark Law, and have, through professional approach and experience, handled complex Trade Mark issues allowing rendition of strong value proposition to clients throughout the process of Trade Mark Registration.

Trademark prosecution is a sequence of transactions between a trademark attorney and authorities from a Trademark office in order to complete the prescribed task. Trademark prosecution can be done before or after registering a trademark/service mark, and it can be done at the domestic or international level. As a result, this is an unavoidable trademark-related process.

We at IIPRD have a diligent team of trademark professionals who are skilled in filing and prosecuting trademark applications in India and throughout the world. Our trademark personnel are well-versed in the practice and other related concerns relating to it.

Trade Mark Opposition

A ‘trademark opposition’ is disapproval lodged by a third party against the registration of a trademark within four months of publishing of the proposed trademark. Any natural or legal person including any company, partnership, or trust may submit an objection with the Registry.

IIPRD offers a global Trade Mark watch service across all major Trade Mark Offices including USPTO, OHIM, CIPO, SIPO, and Australian Patent Office. IIPRD along with K&K also provides complete Trade Mark Opposition services in India. Our substantive experience in procedural aspects of opposition allows us to provide efficient and quality services to Clients. For handling International Opposition matters, IIPRD takes pride in having some of the leading IP Law Firms, across all countries, as its associates, who can, in short, turn-around time, provide the necessary drafts and file oppositions against the concerned marks.

Trade Mark Risk Analysis

When selecting and employing trademarks – names, slogans, or designs – it is critical to understand how they might be infringed. Companies and non-profits both take precautions to safeguard their trademarks. Trademarks should be scrutinized in the market to determine infringement after registration.

IIPRD assists clients to mitigate Trade Mark risks by providing risk analysis reports. Our reports enable clients to make decisions concerning Trade Mark use, Opposition possibility, chances of successful infringement, and so on.

Our guidance on probable infringements of your IP rights also helps you to assert your rights before your company suffers irreparable harm, reducing the possibility of having to resort to costly court action.

Our experienced trademark attorneys conduct trademark searches, which uncover pre-existing registrations that may be in contradiction with your requested new trademark. These searches find trademarks that are similar to your proposed trademark, and also trademarks that vary in substantial features yet are relatively identical and thus, possess a risk of trademark violation.

Brand Building Strategy

Brand building is the process of creating a strong and recognizable brand identity that distinguishes a business or product from its competitors. A well-executed brand building strategy can increase brand awareness, customer loyalty, and ultimately drive sales. Here are some key steps to consider when developing a brand building strategy:

  1. Define your brand: Start by identifying your brand’s values, mission, and personality. Consider your target audience and what they want from your brand. A clear brand definition will help guide all of your brand-building efforts.
  2. Create a strong visual identity: Your brand’s visual identity, including your logo, colors, and typography, should be consistent across all platforms and touchpoints. This helps to build recognition and trust with your audience.
  3. Develop a consistent brand voice: Your brand’s tone and messaging should be consistent across all communication channels, including social media, advertising, and customer service interactions. This helps to build trust and recognition with your audience.
  4. Engage with your audience: Building a strong brand also involves building strong relationships with your audience. Engage with your followers on social media, respond to comments and questions promptly, and seek feedback from your customers to show that you value their opinions.
  5. Leverage influencer marketing: Partnering with influencers who align with your brand can help to build credibility and expand your reach to new audiences.
  6. Focus on customer experience: Delivering a positive customer experience is key to building a strong brand. Focus on providing exceptional service, personalized experiences, and high-quality products or services to keep your customers coming back.
  7. Measure your success: Finally, track and measure the success of your brand building efforts. Use analytics to monitor your social media engagement, website traffic, and sales to understand what’s working and where you can improve.

Building a strong brand takes time, effort, and consistency, but the benefits are worth it. By developing a clear brand identity, engaging with your audience, and delivering exceptional experiences, you can create a brand that stands out in a crowded marketplace and drives long-term success for your business.

IIPRD critically assists customers by-

  • Understanding real issues of Corporate Branding and Product Branding
  • Helping create a powerful brand that involves unique blending of resources starting from careful selection of the trademark to registration/protection thereof in the appropriate classes/jurisdiction to monitoring any misuse of the same and accordingly undertaking require enforcement actions
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