A trademark is a unique identity of a product or/and services that can be a logo, slogan, word, graphics and so forth. A trademark is a type of intangible asset for an organization that is registered under the Trademark Act 1999.
Here is the process involved in Trademark registration:
*Note: Terms and condition apply
At the time of registering the Trademark, the applicant needs to provide the following documents
The trademark registration application submission takes 2 to 3 business working days. Once the application is submitted successfully here are the steps involved post-application:
Examination - Examination is the first step that is carried out by the government-appointed trademark examiners. Usually, this step takes a couple of months.
Objection/No Objection - After examining the trademark application the examiner may or may not object the application. However, in case if it is objected then you can rely on our trademark experts who will take care of all the legal work for the clearance of the same. If the examiner does not have any objection your trademark application is processed to the next stage that is publication. Advertisement/Publication - In this step, your trademark is published or advertised in the trademark journal. The trademark will be open for third party opposition for a duration of 4 months from the date of its advertisement. In case if any opposition is filed within this tenure of 4 months, a proceeding will initiate that will be taken care of by our trademark expert team.
Registration of Trademark Application - In case if no opposition is initiated, your trademark application will be registered within a couple of months· We will send you your trademark registration certificate once it is registered.
i. R SYMBOL Once the trademark is successfully registered you get the R symbol in front of the symbol/logo and so forth. R trademark symbol protects your intellectual property safe from the imitators or copiers.
ii. TM SYMBOL TM symbol appears in case when the applied trademark is under examination. Moreover, the TM symbol warns the other users from using the same trademark. However, in case if your application is rejected the trademark will again be available for the registration.