Trademarks & Registration

If you sell online, export or do any international business your trademarked services or products are reachable internationally, thus it is highly recommended you register a trademark in every country and jurisdiction where you offer your services and products, even to afford you legal protection and security if a dispute arises about the use of your mark in commercial endeavors in foreign countries. As without a registration in those territories, your trademark is not protected and can be used by third parties.

Why should I use a trademark?

  • Trademark protects the rights to exclusively use the logo, image, phrases, or words to distinguish the goods or a service in the market, and;

  • Right to oppose and to bring cancellation later conflicting applications;

  • Right to file an infringement case against third parties for using a confusingly similar mark;

  • Right to license third parties to use the mark;

  • Right to receive damages for infringement;

  • Right to request for seizure of counterfeit goods;

See the 3 phases of the registration process below:

Comprehensive Study

Ensure that an identical or similar trademark is not yet registered.

Grant that the registration submitted is distinctive enough to obtain a trademark.

Registration Request

Prepare and fill in the trademark application form.

Submit the Trademark Registration request.

Registration Certificate

Receive the Certificate and acquire the right to use the TM symbol beside the trademark

FAQ's on Trademarks


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