Registering your logo or trademark is an important step in protecting your business. You can take legal action against anyone who uses your product names, designs, or logos without your authorization if you register. The Bureau of Trademarks of the Intellectual Property Office in the Philippines is in charge of trademark registration (IPO). The IPO… Continue reading Registering Your Trademark In The IPO
Every case is different, but a good rule of thumb is to budget for a year at the very least. This will ensure that your application is granted and that you receive the trademark protection benefits. The answer to the question of how long does it take to register a trademark demonstrates why you should… Continue reading What is The Average Time it Takes To Register A Trademark?
The Philippines is one of Asia’s fastest-growing economies, and foreign companies are doing everything they can to take advantage of its English-speaking workforce. At the same time, the middle class is rapidly expanding, and demand for imported goods is increasing. Companies are increasingly seeing the Philippines as a lucrative market for both offline and online… Continue reading In 3 Simple Steps, Register a Trademark in the Philippines
Food trucks appear to be on every corner, and the outside, transportable nature of the services makes it a great method to introduce a new food and beverage concept. With an estimated 26,000+ food truck firms in the United States, the food truck sector is expanding at an exponential rate. Because of COVID-19 pandemic-related social… Continue reading How to Protect Your Food Truck’s Trademark
For filing a trademark (or service mark) with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), there are four essential legal requirements: The trademark must be applied for in the name of the real owner. The person who controls the type and quality of the goods sold or services supplied under the trademark is known… Continue reading Legal Criteria For Registering Your Trademark
One of the most often questions we receive from clients is, “How can I register my trademark internationally?” Contrary to common assumption, there is no single method for registering your trademark in every country on the planet. Each country is autonomous in its own right and must file its trademark application. So, regardless of how… Continue reading How Do I Register a Trademark Internationally?
Trademarks are valuable words and symbols used by businesses to identify themselves as well as their products and services. Before you begin using trademarks in your business, you must first determine whether a similar trademark has already been registered to someone else. If it has, you can save yourself a lot of trouble and build… Continue reading How can I find out whether a trademark is already registered?
Social media influencers and content creators work hard to establish a reputation as subject matter experts for specific topics, brands, and industries. The influencer marketing industry is expected to be worth $15 billion by 2022, accounting for roughly 15% of total global ad spending. Influencers create various forms of protectable intellectual property while creating content… Continue reading Intellectual Property For Influencers and Content creators
You can “refile” a provisional patent application in the United States, although doing so is not encouraged due to the loss of your priority date for the original provisional application and the risk of losing part (or all) of your patent rights. While you cannot prolong a provisional patent application, you can file a second… Continue reading Can you refile a provisional patent application (PPA)?
One of the most typical issues we get from new business owners is whether they should pursue a design or utility patent. While each concept is unique, some broad rules might assist you in selecting the best patent application. To start, firstly you must be clear about what is utility patent and Design patent. What… Continue reading Design patent or utility patent?