Trademark Analytics

Trademark is a mark capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing goods and/or services of one person or business from those of others. A mark may include a device, a brand, a heading, a label, a ticket, a name, a signature, a word, a letter, a numeral, shape of goods, packaging or combination of colors, or any combinations thereof. The trademark can be applied in one or more of forty-five classes of Nice Classification of goods (34) and services (11).
We provide trademark search and analytics services. Our search reports are accompanied by an opinion suggesting the possibility of registration of a proposed trademark. We also provide risk analysis reports that enable clients to make decisions concerning trademark use, passing off, opposition, dilution, and infringement, etc. Our reports enable clients to make decisions on various aspects of their trademark portfolio, such as sale, licensing, or lease of the trademarks. We also offer trademark application filing and prosecution services in India and internationally.

Trademark search is an essential requirement before filing for registration of a proposed trademark, to ensure that the proposed trademark does not exist in use by others. The search procedure involves the use of several databases to search amongst all applied for and published trademarks that may have been registered, in the application stage, rejected or abandoned, etc.

The Jurisdictional Trademark Watch helps in tracking newly applied for trademarks, in a given jurisdiction, that may be visually and/or phonetically similar to your trademark. Some of the most popular jurisdiction for filing of new trademarks include the United States of America, Eurozone, China, and India. The Jurisdictional Trademark Watch helps in identifying similar trademarks that might cause public confusion or has the potential to dilute the reputation of your trademark by leveraging your hard-earned distinctiveness in the market. Our experts are also equipped in tracking potentially infringing trademarks.

The Jurisdictional Trademark Watch helps in tracking newly applied for trademarks, in a given jurisdiction, that may be visually and/or phonetically similar to your trademark. Some of the most popular jurisdiction for filing of new trademarks include the United States of America, Eurozone, China, and India. The Jurisdictional Trademark Watch helps in identifying similar trademarks that might cause public confusion or has the potential to dilute the reputation of your trademark by leveraging your hard-earned distinctiveness in the market. Our experts are also equipped in tracking potentially infringing trademarks.

 

The International Trademark Watch extends the jurisdictional trademark watch to trademarks filed under the Madrid System of filing worldwide trademarks. Currently, the Madrid System has one hundred and twenty-two (122) contracting states.

 

The Jurisdictional Trademark Watch helps in tracking newly applied for trademarks, in a given jurisdiction, that may be visually and/or phonetically similar to your trademark. Some of the most popular jurisdiction for filing of new trademarks include the United States of America, Eurozone, China, and India. The Jurisdictional Trademark Watch helps in identifying similar trademarks that might cause public confusion or has the potential to dilute the reputation of your trademark by leveraging your hard-earned distinctiveness in the market. Our experts are also equipped in tracking potentially infringing trademarks.

The Jurisdictional Trademark Watch helps in tracking newly applied for trademarks, in a given jurisdiction, that may be visually and/or phonetically similar to your trademark. Some of the most popular jurisdiction for filing of new trademarks include the United States of America, Eurozone, China, and India. The Jurisdictional Trademark Watch helps in identifying similar trademarks that might cause public confusion or has the potential to dilute the reputation of your trademark by leveraging your hard-earned distinctiveness in the market. Our experts are also equipped in tracking potentially infringing trademarks.