Trademark rights are based on use. Before you begin using a mark to identify your product or service, you should conduct a trademark clearance search to determine whether there are any existing marks in use similar or identical to the one you wish to use. Read More

A Trade dress is a legal term of art that generally refers to characteristics of the visual appearance of a product or its packaging (or even the design of a building) that signify the source of the product to consumers. Read More

We assist our clients in registration of their Trademark. The process includes various stages: filing, examination, publication, opposition and registration. Read M

After you document a trademark application, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) may issue something many refer to as an office action. At the point when an office action issued on your trademark recording, this can be as genuine as a refusal of your trademark application, or, just a demand to alter something in the application. Read More

Each Intellectual property is substantial for a decided time frame. Assurance terms vary whether properties are a trademark, patent, or mechanical outline. Read More

Recordals or transfer of rights is important for an applicant to be able to effect the changes on IP rights that may take place over the period of time. These includes Recordals of Change of Name/Address, Recordals of assignment, Recordals of Merger, and Recordals of License. We offer the service at a very nominal cost for bulk orders. Read More


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