trademark registration

Trademark Registration

In today’s business world, it is imperative for companies to use the register of trademarks. In this way, these rights will allow our clients to distinguish the products and services they are marketing. The aim is to get closer to the consumer and to enhance the value of your company with respect to your competitors in order to avoid confusion in the marketplace. In this way, a brand, logo or a certain corporate image are intangible goods that are part of the heritage and business value of a company. Therefore, these intangible goods must be protected against third parties in order to grant an exclusive right of use to their owner that allows him/her to distinguish his/her products or services.

At Letslaw we advise our clients on how to register the exclusive right of use of the trademark, offering a previous advice, with reports on the viability of the trademark, during and after. We have the capacity, the team and the necessary skills to proceed with national trademark registration before the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (SPTO), European Union trademark registration through the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and international trademark registration through the International Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

  • Study and previous investigation on the possibility of registering a trademark and what type of registration is the most convenient in each case. As well as, also to proceed to the search of antecedents to detect other registrations that could be similar and that, therefore, could prevent or delay the registration of the mark.
  • Trademark registration application before OEPM, EUIPO and WIPO. As well as carrying out all the actions that are pertinent to obtain its acceptance.
  • Preparation of documentation, briefs and formal and substantive examination of documents.
  • Trademark publication process.
  • Monitoring and examining process that verifies that there is no legal impediment and that no oppositions to the mark have been filed by third parties.
  • Preparation and filing of an appeal with the competent authority in the event that the application for registration of the trademark is partially granted or rejected.
  • Renewal of the trademark registration after 10 years from the date of the initial application, by means of payment of the trademark application. In this sense, the deadlines for renewal are monitored.