Trademark with Logo Designers (Individual)

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Trademark with Logo Designers (Individual)

Your brand name or logo, which identifies your product or services, is referred to as a trademark. Secure legal protection for your brand name or logo by registering your trademark with Letz Manage.

Company People recognise your company through its logo and brand name, which are both unique visual communicators. It is critical to legally protect your brand name and logo against copywright issues in order to maintain brand integrity. Choose this option if you want a hassle-free trademark registration!

Covered Services
Designing your logo with the help of our onboarded logo designer
Online filing of trademark applications
Drafting of Form TM-A
Advice on trademark classification
Follow-up that is documented
Support during business hours
Classification of trademarks advice
Who Should Purchase
Businesses who want an exclusive logo produced and trademarked.
Documents Required To Register Trademark
The documentation required will vary depending on the service you require at the moment. Our professionals will express the same to you based on your requirements.

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FAQ's - Frequently Asked Questions

Your brand name or logo, which identifies your product or services, is referred to as a trademark. A single letter, a single number, a single sentence, a single symbol, a single shape, or any combination of these can be used. A unique brand name or logo is used to set your product or service out from the competition. You must register your brand name or logo in order to provide legal protection. You can begin using TM after acquiring the TM Application number.

A trademark cannot be registered if it is identical or deceptively similar to an existing registered trademark or a trademark for which an application for registration has been filed. Also, trademarks that are likely to cause deceit or misunderstanding, as well as trademarks that are objectionable, may not be registered. Geographical names, common names, popular trade phrases, and abbreviations are also ineligible for trademark registration.

  • Registering your brand gives you exclusive rights to it.
  • Treat your brand as you would the rest of your company’s assets and possessions.
  • It will assist you in protecting your hard-earned goodwill in business, and you will
  • Be able to prevent others from advertising the same brand in the same industry.
  • It will provide you with national trade protection.

The Nice Classification (NCL) is an international system for categorising goods and services in order to register trademarks. There are 45 classes in all (1-34 for products and 35-45 for services).

Yes, a trademark can be registered prior to starting a business.

No. Trademarks are territorial in nature, which means that if you register a trademark in India, it will only be valid in India.

The registered trademark is valid for ten years after the application is filed. The trademark can be delayed indefinitely.

After filing a trademark application, the symbol “TM” can be used. Only after trademark registration should the letter “R” be used. Only the items and services indicated on the registration certificate are allowed to use the TM sign.

Unauthorized use of a trademark or service mark on or in connection with products and/or services in a way that is likely to cause confusion, deceit, or error about the source of the goods and/or services is referred to as trademark infringement.

Trademark registrations make the goods or services they represent stand out. The registrations are made under a “Class” of goods or services that it represents and are product/service specific. As a result, the trademark registration will cover the full class of goods or services it represents.

The government charges Rs.9000 per application per class for trademark registration. Persons must pay Rs.4500 per application per class in order to be registered a trademark with the government.

Yes, the authorities require applicants to use a Class III digital signature to validate all of the papers they submit, including the trademark registration application. Our professionals will assist you with e-verifying the documents.

A trademark can be applied for by any individual, proprietor, or business. To register a trademark, any firm or proprietor must submit an application to the Indian Patent Office in writing in the authorised format.

The trademark, the nature of the goods/services, the applicant’s name and address, and the length of use of the mark should all be included in the application. The application must be written in either English or Hindi. It should be filed in the proper location.

The trademark application can be submitted in person at the Front Office Counter of the particular office or via mail.

These can also be filed electronically through the official website’s e-filing portal.               

A trademark registration brings a slew of business advantages, including the following:

  1. By registering your trademark, you gain exclusive rights to use it.
  2.  Your trademark, like any other asset or property of your organisation, can be protected.
  3. A trademark aids in the development of goodwill.
  4. It establishes a brand identity for your company in the marketplace and makes it easier for people to recognise it.

Some examples of trademarks that can be registered in India are as follows:

  1. A made-up word or a random dictionary word or words that aren’t exactly descriptive of the goods/quality. service’s
  2. Letters, numbers, or any mix of the two are acceptable.
  3. Personalized monograms
  4. Signs or devices
  5. The product’s or packaging’s shape.
  6. Signs on three dimensions.
  7. Sound markings that are graphically depicted.
  8. One colour or a combination of colours with a text, device, or symbol.
  9. Any name (including the applicant’s or predecessor’s in business’s personal or surname, or the person’s signature) that is commonly used in trade as a mark.

Yes, conducting a trademark search before filing an application for registration is recommended. It is fair to check trademarks that have already been registered prior to filing an application for registration to ensure the proposed trademark is not refused owing to resemblance with existing trademarks. It will save you time as well as money.

Avoid becoming embroiled in the legal quagmire that is copywright litigation. Keep your brand’s identity safe! Choose this plan to successfully register your logo and brand name.

Our relationship manager will organize everything and act as a liaison between you and the designer.

It should be simple to say, spell, and remember if it is a word. Invented or created phrases, as well as unique geometrical designs, make excellent trademarks. Selecting a geographical name, a common personal name, or a surname should be avoided. It is impossible for anyone to hold a monopoly on it. Avoid using terms that are laudatory or praise the quality of a product (such as best, perfect, super etc.) It’s a good idea to do a market survey to see if the same/similar mark is being used elsewhere.

India uses a trademark classification system that divides goods and services into classifications that can be registered. Most countries use the same categorization system, which consists of 34 classes of goods and 11 types of services, as defined by the International Classification of Goods and Services. Every 5 years, it is updated.

Yes, provided it’s utilised as a trademark or service mark. It is insufficient if it is only used to identify the URL or address where a web site can be found. It must be utilised to identify the goods or services’ source.

Trademarks are limited monopolies over the use of symbols/images in the business world. When a government awards a trademark, the owner gains the ability to prevent other firms from using a comparable trademark for similar goods or services. If someone selling uses the trademark without permission, the owner or the company that owns the original trademark can sue that company in court right away and order them to stop using the mark without compensation.

Obtain a trademark with the help of a logo designer (Company)

Designing your logo with the help of our in-house logo designer online trademark application filing

Form TM-A drafting

Classification of trademarks advice

Follow-up that is documented

Support throughout business hours

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