TRADEMARK SUPPORT SERVICE

Your brand is worth protecting

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Why PatentsKart?

PatentsKart’s trademark watching services allow brands to keep an eye out for infringement both globally and within the regions. The team operates using both conventional resources and non-conventional ones so that customers can protect their valuable brand names from possible threats like knock-off merchandise or unauthorized use of intellectual property without detection.

Trademark Monitoring Plans That Are Designed to Meet Most Client Needs Our trademark monitoring plans are cost-effective, result-driven solutions for most clients’ needs. We offer a number of options that suit both large and small organizations, so you can be sure we have an option tailored just right.

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Your Brand Is Worth protecting

You must have heard of some of the most famous brands in the world, like Nike, Apple, and Coca-Cola. But do you know what makes them so special? How did they become such powerful forces in their respective industries? And why are they still going strong after all these years? The answer is Brand Equity and journey from Trade Mark to Brand Equity is tedious and needs a proper blending of resources. Mere advertisement doesn’t help, so corporations need to be very cautious while going through this process–corporations should select the right trademarks that represent certain goods services and make sure they’re relevant for your product or service.

You can’t just put a sign out front of your business and hope that people will come. To be successful, you need to understand the different ways in which they work – product design; promotion & positioning campaigns; as well as many other factors Depending on what customers want from their experience with us (ease-of-use vs. innovation), there are various strategies we employ at our company like branding or rebranding altogether depending on where each brand fits best within those parameters.

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Advantages Of A Federal Trademark Registration

The benefit of the patentability search novelty search process is that it can save time and money.

Federal registration of a trademark offers many advantages, including the ability to be noticed by the public and have their claim on ownership nationally recognized. The exclusivity of use will also extend nationwide with this type of designation which means no other company can get near yours if you’re making clothes or selling cars!

A federal registration has several advantages, such as being able to notify people that they own certain marks very publicly through official channels; establishing legal presumption throughout U.S. territory, meaning nobody else can dilute any potential value in those goods services listed within the said application(s) currently filed), etc.

Advantages of a Federal Trademark Registration

Trademark Support Services

Trademark is a word, logo, or symbol associated with a product or an item that helps us differentiate between products in similar categories. It could be a brand name, service name (Service Mark), or a company logo (Wordmark). A single trademark can be associated with multiple classes of “Goods and Services.

Before filing a new trademark, an availability search for the mark is always recommended. It helps estimate the chances of clearance for the sport and advise on any modifications required before filing the trademark.

Trademark Clearance Search

We offer trademark pre-filing searches to ensure that the proposed mark is unique and not infringing other marks in the same class. Involves searching marks across several national and international trademark offices like India, the US, Canada, Australia, EUIPO, and the U.K., to find similar work or image marks (or phonetically similar marks) under the relevant classes of goods and services.

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Trademark Filing And Renewals

We offer trademark pre-filing searches to ensure that the proposed mark is unique and not infringing other marks in the same class. Involves searching marks across several national and international trademark offices like India, the US, Canada, Australia, EUIPO, and the U.K., to find similar work or image marks (or phonetically similar marks) under the relevant classes of goods and services.

We also file international applications through Madrid System. Additionally, we have a network of foreign agents to help you protect your trademarks in the U.S. and Europe and draft responses to office actions.
Our internal trademark docketing software provides hassle-free monitoring of all applications. It keeps you updated on the status of your applications and next steps in the process, along with reminders for any upcoming deadlines.

Trademark Watch And Infringement Search

As a part of your brand protection strategy, we monitor unauthorized use of your mark and the filing of any confusing/similar patterns that could be potentially infringing your protected mark. We also look for counterfeit products goods on various e-commerce websites, using matching packaging, logos, or trademarks. We can do this on a monthly or quarterly basis.

For you, we check the availability of your invention and estimate how much protection you can get.

We help you think of an invention and make sure it’s not like anything else on the market. We analyze how different types of patents work.

 

We conduct a patent search before filing an application because it won’t give your new invention the full scope of protection if there is prior art.

Protecting Or Selling Your Trademark Or Service Mark

A trademark is a sign that identifies your business and should protect it at all costs. As with other types of property like computers or furniture in an office space, you need to actively monitor social media platforms for unauthorized uses by competitors who might try to steal away customers from their brand name recognition.

After obtaining one’s rights through registration procedures with federal governments’ offices related specifically To Trademarks And Service Marks (USPTO), getting these monitored services done can help prevent losing potential revenue streams if another party uses the same mark without using the same mark permission.

Using Patentability Searches To Improve Patent Applications

While not every patentability search proves if your invention is patentable or not, the process of searching provides a lot more information than you would have otherwise. The discovery of prior art during this type of research can be invaluable for helping draft a practical application in response to these findings so they don’t put too much weight on what was found without considering how it might affect their project in the future. After all, putting together any work takes brains!

If prior art is similar to the invention, we look for areas that are not patented. These neighboring segments may be what your new patent application bases itself around.

Using Patentability Searches to Improve Patent Applications

FAQs

Some of the key trademark-related international agreements the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) (The Trademark office United States of Patent and Trademark is an agency in the U.S. Department of Commerce that issues patents to inventors and businesses for their inventions, and trademark registration for product and intellectual property identification) helped develop, negotiate, and continues to monitor the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), the Singapore Treaty on the Law of Trademarks, the Trademark Law Treaty, and the Protocol Relating to the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks.

 

Before you apply, you should search the USPTO (the United States Patent and Trademark Office) trademark database (Trademark Electronic Search System, or TESS) to see if any trademark has already been registered or applied for that is:

  •  Similar to your design or mark.
  •  Used for related products or services.
  •  Live existence.

A trademark that covers all three criteria will prevent your brand from being registered because it creates a likelihood of confusion.

We will Answer your Questions, Scope your Project and Ensure Quality Results

You must have heard of some of the most famous brands in the world, like Nike, Apple, and Coca-Cola. But do you know what makes them so special? How did they become such powerful forces in their respective industries? And why are they still going strong after all these years? The answer is Brand Equity and the journey from Trade Mark to Brand Equity is tedious and needs a proper blending of resources. Mere advertisement doesn\’t help, so corporations need to be very cautious while going through this process–corporations should select the right trademarks that represent certain goods\\/services and make sure they\’re relevant for your product or service.

 

You can’t just put a sign out front of your business and hope that people will come. To be successful, you need to understand the different ways in which they work – product design; promotion & positioning campaigns; as well as many other factors Depending on what customers want from their experience with us (ease-of-use vs. innovation), there are various strategies we employ at our company like branding or rebranding altogether depending on where each brand fits best within those parameters.

A service mark is the same type of device as a trademark, but service marks distinguish the services of one company from those of another provider. Service marks are often slogans. For example, the service mark of a plumber might be “The Leak Fixers” with or without a distinctive logo.

 

Difference between “T.M.” and “S.M.” and “?”? The TM and S.M. designations are placed with trademarks and service marks to show that the owner has started the registration process. The “R-in-a-circle” symbol designates a trademark or service mark that has been registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

Just placing a symbol on your product or service won\’t guarantee protection. To have full legal protection for your trademark, you must complete the registration process.



Trademarks and service marks are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. You can do the registration process yourself, but it’s complicated. You may go through the entire process only to find your application rejected because of a minor error. It\’s best to find an intellectual property attorney who can help you through the process. The cost of registering a trademark or service mark depends on the complexity of the mark.

 

Before you register the trademark or service, you must show that your business is the owner of the mark and that it is currently being used in your business. It would help if you also searched using the USPTO’s TESS service to ensure your trademark or service mark isn\’t close to an existing name.

 

To register a service mark, use the trademark process, designating the mark as a service mark for services. To show the use of the service mark, the USPTO says, use specimens such as signs, photographs, brochures or advertisements that show the mark used in the sale or advertising of the services.

Suppose you sell your products or services on the internet or internationally. In that case, you should also register your trademarks or service marks internationally through the World Intellectual Property Organization, using the Madrid system.

The Office of United States Patent and Trademark are responsible for granting U.S. patents and registering trademarks.

 

There should always be filing Fees for Trademark; it should be varying from Country to Country. This fee must be filed by Attorney, Legal Attorney, Lawyers, or Patent agent. There is always a trademark center. This Trademark Center has provided U.S. and international trademark search, registration, and watch services. With more than twenty years of experience in trademark research, our trademark attorneys have the expertise and know-how to meet your trademark needs. 

 

A Experienced trademark attorney is someone who has is an expert in matters relating to trademark laws, designs, and practices. He provides legal advice and assistance in fields relating to trademark laws and other laws relating to IPR (Intellectual Property Rights).