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Trademark Protection

Trademark Protection

Trademark laws add to the success of commercial attractiveness of a product/service.

A new product or service often needs time to become commercially successful. It might take a few years before a wide range of customer embrace and recognise the product frequently. For consumers a strong trademark guides them swiftly back to the product/service they initially sought out.

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Trademarks are the most cost effective way for Australian businesses to protect their name, products and reputation overseas. By not getting a trademark in a country where you are active or plan to be active, you are leaving your business out in the open.

Every country has their own rules to manage and register trademarks, and we work within those rules to file your trademark to protect your business best. International trademarks have to be applied for in the country itself, and there is no such thing as a global trademark. network of attorneys that can protect your business.      

A European Community trademark provides you with protection for your word trademark or word-/ design trademark in order to the territory of whole European Community.
International Trademark Protection

In case you are already a proprietor of a national trademark in your home country or of an European Community Trademark before the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market in Alicante you can expand the trademark protection to all those countries that are members of the Madrid Convention or the respective Protocol. Your trademark is then protected in every single county that you have chosen. Give us a call! We look forward giving detailed advise to you. Alternatively you can request for accomplishment of the registration process online – right here!    


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The range of services offered is addressed to entrepreneurs in terms of § 14 German Civil Code (BGB).

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