Logo/Trademark Registration in India (Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Banglore etc.) at best price
Get your Logo/Trademark Registered by the expert and largest attorney/registered agency/law firm for TM at the best prices in India. We are specialized in TM/LOGO registration with pan India presence. We are a global player & have many reputed clients in all over the world. Our team is best in follow-up and is committed to serve you in a best way. We provide Trademark Registration services all over India like Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Banglore, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana & more...
|1.||Experience||Balaji IP Practice has 15 Years of Experience|
|2.||Lawyer’s in the Team is Must||
|3.||Experience of Handling TM Litigation Matters in Court||Yes, we have experience of handling IPR & Legal Matter in any Hon'ble Court or Tribunal|
|4.||Experienced Team||25+ Experienced & Expert Staff for Flawless Execution|
|5.||Client Satisfaction||6000+ Satisfied Customers in India or Abroad|
We take-up each & every case in a very serious manner & when it comes to Trademark Registration or related issues where your brand name is involved, we take it very seriously & after filling your trademark with a concerned department we keep a very strict follow-up & also keep you informed about the same.
The Logo that you want to have for your brand needs to be unique and available for use which means the logo is not registered with some other entity and you can register it for your business. The process includes a thorough search of the logos in different registers of logos and trademark, so that you can get the full details of the type of logos already registered and which one you can register as a new one. Searching the previous registered logo helps in saving your money a lot as you can be assured of your logo being unique and ready for use. Normally the reports are handed over to the clients within 24 hours of the beginning of the logo searching process.
The second part of the process is the application that you need to file for registration of your logo when you are assured of your logo being available for use. You will receive an acknowledgement of the application after 15-20 days if you file the application manually and then you can start using the symbol TM with the logo. But if you are filing the application though the online portal, then you can then and there get the acknowledgment copy and you can start using your logo.
The third step is the examination carried out by the registration office for the logo that is whether it is available for use or not and other business factors are in place or not related to the logo. The Registrar carry out the examination process and then file the report of the results found after he gets the application for the registration of the logo. The Registrar examines the application on the basis on the law pertaining to the logo registration besides checking for the above mentioned facts and even he checks with the logo with the logos of applications which are pending beforehand.
The next step which is the fourth in the row is about the logo publication in the Trademark journal. If the logo is found to be usable and the applicant removes the objections on logo (if any), the registrar advertise the same on the Trademark Journal welcoming opposition. If no one opposes the logo within 90 days of its publication or if extension was requested, then 120 days, the logo will be accepted for registration.
The fifth and the final step in this process is availing the certificate for the registration of your logo. When the Registrar accepts your registration for the logo after the above mentioned steps, you will be furnished with a certificate of Registration of the Logo which will have the seal of Trademark Registry.
A. A trademark is defined as a unique identifier or indicator used by an individual(s) or an enterprise to differentiate goods, products or services of one trader or person from those of others. It could be a logo, signature, word, label, name, shape of the products, colors, etc or a combination of the same.
A. A good trademark needs to be easy to understand, remember and spell.
It should be unique.
It should be concise and not descriptive.
It should not contain words that are deceptive.
A. A good trademark identifies and differentiates products and services.
It is a symbol of positive advertising and goodwill for goods and services.
Gives people the right to information on not buying sub-standard goods.
A. It is not mandatory to register a trademark but always advantageous and advisable to do so.
A. According to the Trademarks Act, 1999, in India, it gives the individual(s) or enterprise to protect owners rights and impose criminal charges on infringement of the trademark owner's rights.
A. Yes, there are benefits of trademark registration.
A. Any individual, enterprise or proprietor who claims to be the owner of the business, brand or trademark is eligible to apply for a trademark.
A. A trademark can be represented as TM (unregistered trademark)or ®(registered trademark).
A. Yes, 3-D symbols can be registered as trademarks.
A. Trademarks in terms of Sight, Sound, Smell, Fragrance, and Touch can be considered as a Trademark.
A. The different types of trademarks can be classified as -
Product trademarks- Identity of goods and its owner.
Service trademarks- Identify services and service provider.
Trademark certifications- Goods tested in accordance with a nationally accepted standard.
A. The validity period of trademark is 10 years from the date of application, and thus can be renewed with the government after payment of fees.
A. A trademark can be sold or transferred as it is deemed as an intellectual property and thus, if the licensor wishes to sell it, he/she can do so to another licensee.
A. For new applications : Form TM-1, TM-2, TM-3, TM-8, TM-51 : Fees ₹4000/-
To file an opposition notice published in the trademarks journal: Form TM-5: ₹ 2500/-
Renewal of trademark: Form TM-12, Fees: ₹ 5000/-
Surcharge of Renewal: Form TM-10, Fees: ₹ 3000/-
Restoration of Mark: Form TM-13, Fees: ₹ 5000/-
Application of rectification of registered trademark, Form TM-26, Fees: ₹ 3000/-
Certificate of legality: Form TM-46 : Fees: ₹ 500/-
Copyright request and certificate issuance : Form TM-60: Fees: ₹ 5000/-
A. It can be:
National bilateral treaties.
Office practice reduced in Manuals and guidelines and rulings of the Courts.
Decision of the Intellectual Property Appellate Board.
Matter written by and experts and academicians.
A. The requirements of a trademark are as follows-
Copy of Logo and Trademark designed.
Name of the individual or proprietor with details like name, address, nationality, etc.
Products or services rendered.
Power of attorney signed on a ₹ 100 /- stamp paper.
A. Yes, it can be created.
A. Trademarks that cannot be registered are-
Trademarks that are hurtful to religion or the people of India.
Contain offensive and disreputable content.
Prohibited trademarks under the Emblems and Names Act, 1950.