Trademark House, UK-Based International Trademark Registration Office

 Trademark House Registration Office

Trademark House Office

Trademark registration is a complex process which can be simplified by using Trademark House Intellectual Property Experts.

Trademark House Intellectual Property Attorneys will give you the guidance you need to make sure that your trademark is filed correctly.

Without the help of an Attorney you could end up paying a lot of money, only to find that your trademark application has been rejected.

 


Experienced Attorneys

The Trademark House Intellectual Property Attorneys have more than 20 years professional experience in the preparation and filing of Trademark applications.

They are skilled in dealing with any oppositions or other legal queries which may arise.

Their expertise and attention to detail will ensure that every step of your application is dealt with smoothly. 

leonid cotruta attorney 200x237px"Your trademark is integral to your business, it is the face of your company. Registering your trademark correctly is one of the most important decisions your company can make. Trademark House can give you all the assistance you need to make sure you have everything covered, for now and in the future."
- Leonid Cotruta, Attorney at Law -

What Trademark House Does

  • Attorney in officePerforming initial and comprehensive searches to check the availability of the proposed trademark.
  • Discussing the future plans of businesses and giving advice about other classes which it may benefit them to register their trademark in.
  • Informing businesses about any potential conflicting or similar marks in the classes they have chosen and advising them on the best course of action to take.
  • Preparing and submitting trademarks to the official registry/registries.
  • Dealing with any oppositions or other legal queries.

Trademark Registration in the United Kingdom

UK trademark registration covers England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Once submitted, your Trademark is examined by an official Trademark Examiner for the UK.

If the mark is suitable, it will be published in the official Trademark Journal.

There is a period of 2 months in which it is possible for an objection to be raised.

If no opposition is raised, your Trademark will be registered.

You will receive a certificate of registration.


Trademark Registration in the European Union

European Trademark registration (Community Trade Mark) covers the 28 EU countries including UK. Due to Brexit this may change with regard to the UK.

Once submitted, your Trademark is examined by the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM). This can take several weeks.

If the mark is suitable, it will be published in the EU official Trademark Journal.

There is a period of approximately 4 months in which it is possible for an objection to be raised.

If no opposition is raised, your Trademark will be registered.

When the registration process is complete, you will receive a certificate of registration.


International Trademark Registration

International Trademark registration includes the 120 countries who are members of the Madrid System.

The process for international trademark registration usually takes longer than UK or EU applications.

The time it takes to register your trademark differs from country to country.

If no opposition is raised, your Trademark will be registered.

When the registration process is complete, you will receive a certificate of registration.