What can you Trademark? Who can all apply for Trademark?

According to the trademark rules of India, items like sound, logo, words, phrases, colours, images, symbols, initials or a combination of all these can be trademarked. All of these should be made use to make your business stand out from the rest.

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Trademark Registration

A trademark can be defined as the unique identity that makes your product or service stand out from the rest. The unique identity or expression can be a logo, photograph, slogan, word, sound, smell, colour combination or graphics.

Most of the businesses usually look for registration of logo or name only. If you have come up with a unique idea or logo, then the only way to protect it as your own unique identity is to register it as a trademark.

A registered trademark is your business’s intellectual property or intangible asset. It acts as a protective cover of the company’s investment made in the logo or brand.

Search for Trademark

The efficient trademark watch service of GETMEONLINE would keep you posted about attempts made, if any, to register a trademark that resembles your own trademark visually or phonetically.

The earlier you can identify such a potential misuse, the easier it is for you to act against such infringements and to enforce your trademark rights.

Your registered trademark is no less than a critical business asset for you and the efficient team of GETMEONLINE would ensure that you have complete control over this asset.

They would keep you informed of any similar brand names across the web or new applications at the trademark office, both in India and globally.

Respond to TM Objection

A trademark is a logo, symbol, tagline, or a combination of these that represents a brand’s identity. Oftentimes, during the trademark registration process, the Trademark Registrar raises objections on the intended trademark if it violates rules and laws of trademark registration.

It could be due to several reasons like similarity with an existing trademark, offensive to a particular religion, absence of a distinct design, etc. In the event of a trademark objection, a comprehensive reply needs to be filed within a month, from the date of issuance of the objection.

USA Trademark

A trademark, which protects the brand name of a business, can include a word, symbol, logo, or any combination used to distinguish the respective products and/or services from the similar ones in the market.

Trademark protection is territorial and exists only within the boundaries of a country where the trademark has been filed. Entities looking at expanding their businesses internationally must ensure that their trademark is adequately protected in the respective countries where they intend to start their business.

One of the economically leading countries, the United States of America has its own Federal Law and respective State Laws pertaining to trademarks, and a centralized governing authority called as the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).