Trademarks are the brand names or logos that help a business protect its identity. With the help of Takelegal.in, you can secure a trademark for your company’s name and logo without any hassle.
Upon receiving your request for availing of our Trademark Registration services through the form on this page, Takelegal.in’s representative will reach out to you directly for further details on your business and run you through the registration process.
After thoroughly understanding the proposed trademark, Takelegal.in’s team will identify the relevant classification under which registration must be obtained. Our team will also conduct a trademark search to identify any existing and similar trademarks to your proposed trademark.
Takelegal.in’s representative will supply you with a document checklist to ensure that all your documents are in order to begin registration. One of our experienced trademark attorneys will fill out the relevant forms on your company’s behalf and complete the registration process.
While the trademark authorities evaluate the application, we shall keep in touch with the authorities on a regular basis and iron out any creases until your registration is successfully obtained.
Trademark registration requires a number of documents to be submitted by the company. Thus, Takelegal.in advises you to submit to us the following documents at the earliest:
A trademark search can be used to see if there is a similar trademark to the trademark you are trying to register. Pre-searching for conflicting trademarks is important in creating a brand name or logo registration. To avoid trademark objections, you will be able to make the necessary changes to your trade name or logo.
No. Trademarks registered in India are only valid in India.
Yes. When a company is officially registered, it gains the legal authority to conduct business as usual. Trademark protection helps keep your company’s name and identity safe.
A trademark is usually valid for 10 (ten) years. After the expiry of the said period, you may opt for renewal.
After the application for trademark registration is filed and the registration status is pending, you can begin using the trademark (TM) symbol. Once your registration is complete, you can use the registered (R) symbol.
If the Trademark office or another party objects to your application for the proposed trademark, you will have 1 (one) month to respond in writing. Your response may clear the objection, or the Trademark office may direct you to appear for a hearing.
To remove the objections, you should seek the help of an experienced lawyer. The lawyer will help you draft a satisfactory reply to the objection and, if need be, personally appear and argue the matter before trademark authorities. When no response is received from the Trademark office, your trademark application will be thrown out. Takelegal.in can help you in representing your case in the event of an objection being raised.
If someone is using your trademark without your permission, you have the option of bringing both a criminal and civil case against them. You can seek compensation and damages in a civil case (such as loss of reputation, loss of goodwill, loss of business opportunity etc.). In a criminal case, you can pursue retribution against the perpetrator.
A good brand name has the following three qualities:
According to the Trademark Registry, there are 45 different categories of goods and services. In an application, it is important to accurately describe the type of goods or services being sought. In terms of services and goods, trademark classification is the most important. For instance, Class 1 is for chemical goods and Class 38 is for telecommunication services.