Trademark Registration

The Trademark Registration is a long process and takes time.Easy way to register your Trademark (brand name, logo etc.) for just
5,799/- (all inclusive) and the whole process takes only 1 day here at Wills N Way.

How to apply for Trademark?

When you don’t want your brand name, logo and tagline to be used by anyone else and you want your products and services to be distinguished by other seller of the same goods and services, you get it trademarked. An individual, business, organization or legal entity goes for the registration process to make their logo and brand name their sole property. One can see the trademark symbol on a package or a product or on a voucher being sold the owner. People can also see the trademark on the company buildings. And if you too have started your own business and wanted to get your logo trademarked without getting stuck into long process, here we are to help you out.
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Documents Required for Trademark Registration

While filling a trademark with the Trademark Registrar, one has to provide the following documents.

  • Name of the applicant
  • Type of Business
  • Main Objectives of the Business
  • Name of the Brand/ Slogan/ Logo
  • Address of Registration
  • Copy of logo (Optional)
  • Signed Form-48
  • Udyog Aadhar Registration Certificate

Trademark Registration & Objection

A trademark denotes brand name which defines the company and its products. It is an intangible asset for a business

Trademark number which is assigned with in three days by Trademark department is used as Trademark License.
Trademark registration takes 2 years to use the symbol of ® with brand name.

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What can be Trademarked?

In India, the following items can be trademarked Sounds, Colours, Logos, Phrases, Words, Symbols, Images, Initials or a combination of all can be trademarked.

Note: The thing to keep in mind is that all of these mentioned above have to identify with the good and services of a particular business form the rest.

Who all can Apply for Trademark?

Trademarks can be applied by Individuals, LLPs, Private firms, Indian Companies and even NGOs.

In the case of the company or an LLP or an NGO, the trademark has to be registered in the name of the concerned business.

Advantages of Trademark Registration

Legal Protection

If you believe your registered trademark is being infringed, it is easy to establish your right to it in court. If you haven't registered the word, slogan or logo, you would not be able to do so. Particularly in sectors in which piracy is rampant, trademark registration is essential.

Business Opportunity

A trademark is an intangible asset that can be enormously valuable, should your brand succeed. Think of Tide, Nike or McDonald's. Businesses can earn huge money in royalties through licensing agreements or even transfer ownership to interested parties through assignment agreements.

Unique Identity

You would want your customers to identify your products or services with yours only. Registering your trademark is the first step toward ensuring this. The court would then stop any similar words or slogans from being registered.

Different Trademark Symbol and Usage

In India, the TM & R symbols are commonly used for trademarking. For better understanding, let's look at some of the common usages of the above mentioned symbols.

® - ‘R’ SYMBOL

You are given the ® - R Symbol to use as soon as you file an application for a trademark with the registrar. You can use this symbol to protect your trademark from an infringement, under the trademark laws.

Note: You can only use the ® – R Symbol if you have applied for a trademark registration, applying for one without a registration is illegal.

™ - ‘TM' SYMBOL ©

The ™ - TM Symbol © is used in connection with an unregistered trademark. It aims to warn any person against infringement of a Symbol, Logo or Name.

Note: The â„¢ mark does not guarantee that your trademark is protected under the copyright act and a person can use it if his or her trademark application has been rejected.

The payment will take place online through secure payment gateway and all documents can be sent online through email. The trademark filing will be completed in 1 day and you will be able to use TM in just 3 days’ time. Hence, it is as simple as possible with willsnway

Search before TM Registration

There are three ways to check the Trademark before applying :-
  • By checking the website of Intellectual Property site.
  • By name of the brand name
  • By uploading the image or from the list issued by the trademark department.

Trademark Objection and Opposition

  • When Trademark Registrar/ Examiner has find any contravention in the report then the objection has initiated.
  • When the trade mark application is objected, a proper reply should be filed within one month from the date of receipt of Examination Report.
  • When the trademark has been objected by the third party because of some reasons then Trademark is shown as opposed.

Apart from Trademark filing, Wills ‘n Way also help you with Trademark Renewal as well as Trademark Obligation

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FAQ’S of Trademark Registration

What type of trademarks are NOT registrable?
Any trademark, which is identical or deceptively like an existing registered trademark or trademark for which application for registration has been made, cannot be registered. Also, a trademark that would likely cause deception or confusion or is offensive may not be registered. Geographical names, common names, common trade words and common abbreviation are also not registered as a trademark.
Why should I file an application for a trademark?
Getting trademark registered has a number of business benefits such as:
  • Register your brand to get an exclusive right to it.
  • Protect your brand like other assets and belongings of your company.
  • It will help you to protect your hard earn goodwill in business.
  • You can stop others from promoting the same brand in the same industry of business.
  • It will give you nation-wide protection for your trade.
What is NICE classification?
The Nice Classification (NCL) is an international system used to classify goods and services for the purposes of the registration of marks. It has total 45 classes (1-34 for products and 35-45 for services).
Can I register a trademark before starting a business?
Yes, one can register a trademark even before starting a business.
Can I get a global trademark?
No. Trademark is territorial in nature which means, if you get a trademark in India then it will be valid for India only.
What is the validity of trademark registration?
The registered trademark is valid for 10 years from the date of filing of an application. The trademark can be renewed further.
When can I use symbol R or TM?
Symbol “TM” can be used after filing of a trademark application. “R” should be used only after registration of a trademark. The ® symbol may only be used in connection with the goods and services listed on the registration certificate.
What is trademark infringement?
Trademark infringement is the unauthorized use of a trademark or service mark on or in connection with goods and/or services in a manner that is likely to cause confusion, deception, or mistake about the source of the goods and/or services.
Will my trademark registration be valid for all types of services and goods?
Trademark registrations are distinctive to the goods or services they represent. The registrations are product/service specific and are made of a “Class” of goods or service it represents. The trademark registration will, therefore, be valid for the entire class of goods or service it represents.
Is Digital Signature mandatory for carrying out Trademark registration formalities?
Yes, the authorities mandate it for applicants to verify all the documents they submit including the application for trademark registration using a Class III Digital signature. Our experts will help you e-verify the documents.
What is a Trademark Objection?
The Trade Marks Office can, for various reasons, have objections to your trademark application. This may be because the word or logo is too similar to an existing trademark, because it could hurt religious sentiments or if it is likely to cause confusion, among various other reasons.
Does Trademark get expired?
Registered trademarks have 10-year validity and can be renewed indefinitely. Trademark Renewal requests can be filed within six months before the expiry of registration or renewal.