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Trademark registration in Chennai can be obtained easily
Difference between a trademark, service mark, Business Entity name and trade name.
The law of this state does not provide for the filing of trade names or fictitious business names at the state level. A trade name or fictitious business name should be filed with the clerk of the county in which the company has its principal place of business.
State law does not require or provide for a place to file a trade name.
specimen demonstrates how the mark is being used presented to the public. A specimen is more than just a picture of your mark. It must show your mark as it is already being used in commerce. Model Act 1(h)
Photocopies, computer printouts, or camera ready layouts are not accepted as specimens. The company must have gone into production and have released the product or service into the market prior to registration of the trademark or service mark with the Secretary of State.
You cannot register a trademark or service mark until you have provided your services or sold your product with the mark you wish to register. You must either be advertising your services and provide us with the advertisement, or you must have tags, labels, or photographs of your products bearing the mark you wish to register.
In order to register your mark with this office, you must have specimens. We use the specimens to make sure the mark is being used in commerce and to make sure the word or phrase that is being registered functions properly as a trademark or service mark. If you do not have specimens, you must wait until you have proper specimens before you may register the mark.
We are not able to register marks that:
The registration is active for five years. At the end of five years, the mark may be renewed for another five years. The mark may be renewed every five years as long as the mark is in continual use. Model Act 6(a)
Trademarks and service marks must be filed on separate applications. They require separate fees and submittal of separate specimens. The fee for filing a trademark or a service mark is (Insert fee) per classification per mark. An application may be downloaded or requested via telephone or written request to the Trademark Unit of the Secretary of State. Please see contact information for the correct address and telephone number.
If a name and design are used together and constitute one complete mark, they may be filed on the same application. If a name and design are used separately, as two separate marks, then two separate applications with separate fees and two sets of specimens must be submitted.
To ensure that all issues are considered and addressed appropriately, you should consult with private legal counsel. However, trademarks may be filed at the state and/or federal level and can be protected by state and federal laws simultaneously. Federally registered marks provide national protection and puts parties on notice of the trademark across the nation. State registered marks can put parties on notice on a statewide basis, and can give some protection against infringement. However, merely registering a trademark in a single state will give no protection against infringement in another state. Furthermore, if a company does not register a trademark federally, the company may find it's precluded from expanding with the trademark to other states, where competitors are already using the mark.
It is important to note that the state will only look for conflicts within the state trademark database as we have no authority to reject a filing based on a trademark filed at the federal level nor do we have the authority to reject a filing based on a registration in any other state.
No. Registration of your mark in on a state level only provides protection in the state where you file. You should consult with an intellectual property attorney to determine whether additional state and/or federal registrations are needed.
No, however it is recommended that the mark be registered at the state level as well to have a record of the mark.
Registration in and of itself does not guarantee exclusive ownership of a mark. To ensure that all issues are considered and addressed appropriately, you should consult with private legal counsel.
No. A patent protects inventions and improvements to existing inventions. Although the Trademark Section does not issue patents
Yes. Copyrights are registered through us
Yes, you can. Transferring the right to use a mark to another person or business entity is called an “assignment”.
These designations indicate that a person claims rights in a trademark or service mark. They do not mean that a mark has been registered in this Department. A person or entity that claims ownership rights in a trademark or service mark may place these designations next to it even though the mark may not be registered.
No. This designation indicates that a mark is federally registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. It should only be used if that agency has granted registration.
P.O. Box 1451
Alexandria, VA 22313–1451
https://euipo.europa.eu/ec2/ is the link
A website is an acceptable specimen if the mark appears near a picture of the goods (or a text description of the goods) and your customers can order the goods from the website. A website that merely advertises the goods is not acceptable. You must provide an actual screenshot of the website; i.e., merely providing the website address is not acceptable.
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