trademark registration

Trademark Renewal Procedures – Trademark Registration in Cochin

We are going to see the trademark renewal and its procedures with a clear-cut explanation.Keep your eye on this article to know some useful things if you have already registered a trademark or newly going to register the mark. India is growing leaps and bounds as a destination for commerce, with that, the demand for trademark registration is also growing. Trademarks also have to be renewed for every 10 years. We are going to see an even bigger jump in…

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Common trademark issues that a business needs to know

Common trademark issues- what your business wants to know? Branding a business through a trademark is one of the common business techniques with a proven effectiveness. Every business or company in India has its trademark serving as the differentiating factor between the brands. This is the identity of our brand and encompasses all the aspects of your business. This is a strategy which ensures the brand’s protection. It is very important to take certain trademark issues into consideration before finalizing…

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Evidence and witness in trademark -Trademark registration in Cochin

Evidence and witness in a trademark are what we are going to be discuss in this article. I hope all you know what is trademark and its characteristics through the previous articles. From this Article you get a clear idea about evidence and witness in trademark registration process and the corresponding sections of the Trademarks Act, 1999. Types of witnesses: The customer who is a witness must be one who holds the plaintiff’s goods by reason of their distinguishing characteristics.…

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Withdraw the application of Geographical Indications before Registration

Withdraw the application of Geographical Indications before Registration Subject to the provisions of section 12 which empower the Registrar to withdraw acceptance of an application before the registration of the GI when an application for registration has been accepted and the same has not been opposed within the prescribed time or the application was opposed but the opposition was dismissed by the Registrar, the Registrar is bound to register the GI, unless the Central Government otherwise directs and subject of…

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International applications originating from India – Trademark Registration

International applications originating from India: Here, we are discussing about the international trademark applications which are originating from India and as well as the corresponding provision which is need to be fulfilled this process. Where an application for the registration of a trademark has been made under section 18 or a trademark has been registered under section 23, the applicant or the registered proprietor may make a trademark application on the form prescribed by the common regulations for international registration…

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Position of Trademark Agent in India – Trademark Registration in Cochin

Comparative Reference This Section corresponds to Section 122 of the Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958 which specifies the position of the Trademark Agent. Definition of Trademark Agent The process of getting your trademark registered is now available online as well as the physical form. This process initially comes across to be fairly simple, something that a common man can felt difficult while receiving objections from the Trademarks Registry and Opposition from the opponent. For clear this above kind of…

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Permanent Injunction of Trademark with Some Real Time Examples

Permanent Injunction of trademark- some real time examples An injunction is a legal action which is carried by a court. In simple terms, an injunction means that one of the parties to a certain action must either do something or abstain from doing something. Once the court provides its decision, the both parties must obey by the trademark Act ruling. If the party fails to stick to the injunction, there can be stiff fiscal penalties and even imprisonment in certain situations. Permanent injunction…

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Collective Marks of Trademark Registration Process in India

Collective marks: – Trademark Registration in Coimbatore The provisions contained in section 61 to 68, which deals with registration of collective marks, are new. These were not present in the first trademarks act, 1940 or the recently repealed and merchandise marks act, 1958. Article 7b is of the Paris Convention for protection of industrial property deals with collective marks. It is obligatory on a member country to accept for filing and to protect, in accordance with the national law collective…

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Permanent injunction of a trademark with real time examples

Permanent injunction Order 39 rule 1&2 – permanent injunction – when the court of first instance exercise its discretion in order to grant or refuse to grant the relief of temporary injunction and the said exercise if it based on objective consideration of the materials placed before the court and it can be supported by cogent reasons, the appellant court will not interfere because it’s a de nova consideration of a matter. It is possible for the appellant court in…

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Who may apply Trademark for Registration in India?

Who may apply Trademark for Registration in India? Now a day, trademarks are essential to protect their own trade name and their product identity. This article deals with the procedure for making an application for trademark registration. At present separate applications are required to be made if the applications apply to register a trademark in more than one class. Sub-clause (2) has been amended to permit registration in several classes of goods or services by mean of a single application.…

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