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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.

Knock-out search is a quick and low cost focused patentability/Novelty search performed within the stipulated timeline. Such searches are conducted in a cost-effective way to perform a confirmatory search before making any investment in drafting and filing a patent. It is a fast and cost-efficient means to identify patented technologies that will likely block the patenting of the proposed invention.
This preliminary patentability search is much faster compared to a standard patentability/novelty search. However, the search is conducted with the same precision, quality, and attention to the provided details. Knockout searches are preferred for both the individual inventors as well as for corporations looking to save costs on assessing the patentability of inventions. 
We, at Logicize intellectual property, have a team of experienced Engineers, Bachelors's, Masters and PhDs from various technical backgrounds, including Computer Science and Information Technology, Electronics and Communications, Electrical, Mechanical, Chemical, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, and Life Sciences domain. Many of our team members have a Law degree in addition to the technical degrees making them ideal for Intellectual Property related services.

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.

 

A Statement of Use (SOU) is one of the official forms used by the Patent and Trademark Office. It can only be filed once a business has started to use a trademark. This means you can't register a trademark just to tie it up; you need to use it in commerce. Ways to prove a trademark's use include displaying it on products, packaging, or other marketing tools.
If you filed your trademark on the basis of intent to use, you must file a Statement of Use to show you are using it to sell goods and/or services. If you aren't ready to file the SOU, you need to file a Request for Extension of Time to File a Statement of Use within six months of when your Notice of Allowance was issued. The extensions can be filed every six months for up to 36 months.

Trademark Opposition is instituted by a third party after a trademark application is published in an official journal, post-remediation of all the objections raised by the trademark office. Opposition to the registration of a trademark by your competitor, if the registration unfairly affects your business interests, maybe filed based on the information and knowledge that the trademark examiner might have not been able to uncover.

A trademark office action is a written communication from a trademark examiner listing out their objections and basis for those objections, in regards to registration of the trademark. Responding to a trademark office actions requires a good working knowledge of the applicable trademark statutes and practices. Therefore, it is highly recommended that applicants solicit the services of an experienced attorney in responding to the trademark office action.

Business nowadays, need not be confined to National Boundaries. A successful entrepreneur who aims higher and wants to grow, can look forward for expansion of business at International levels. As India has become a signatory of the Madrid International Agreement for facilitating filing of Trade/Service marks internationally, the ‘Single Window’ application filing for Trademarks has been made easier. We would be happy to facilitate our esteemed clients who would like to seek us for filing of their trade/service marks internationally through the MADRID ARRANGEMENT/ PROTOCOL

For a trademark to be registrable in China, it must be capable of being represented graphically and distinguishing the goods and/or services of one person/entity from those of others. Our trademark experts can help you in filing your trademarks before the Trade Marks Registry.