We deliver an availability search for similar pending or registered prior trademarks. The report contains a Assessment from a lawyer specialized in trademark law regarding the registrability of a trademark and the risk of collision with trademarks already registered.
We process the trademark registration application in mainland China. The all-inclusive price includes our attorney fees and the government fee, assuming no refusal or opposition. We also handle trademark cases in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau.
Trademark Refusal & Analysis
The Trademark Refusal does not mean that your trademark cannot get registered.Our attorney can help analyze the reason of refusal. If the reason of refusal is not reasonable, the attorney will provide professional advice and suggestions to overcome the refusal and get your mark registered.
Registered trademarks in China lasts for 10 years and should be applied for a renewal to avoid invalidation.
Trademark Status Search
Overseeing the status of your registration is a wise act to have an update on the process. We can provide you with a status report for your trademark or you may utilize our website to do the search yourself.
Trademark Applicant Change
In case of possible modification in your name or address, the China Law of Trademark mandates that a corresponding change process should be applied for the trademark to avoid any negative effect on the trademark.
When a registered trademark hasn’t been used in 3 years, anyone can file for its cancellation at the CTMO. This ups the likelihood of your trademark registration and prevents rivals.
Trademark opposition analysis and defense against opposition
Oppositions are always possible, to counter these threats a trademark opposition analysis justify the validity of your trademark and protect it. The best way to go about this, too, is to file for trademark defense with the CTMO and also increase your opportunity to get your trademark registered.
Filing Trademark Opposition
You may file for opposition on other’s registration, under legal grounds, with the trademark office to prevent confusion and infringement.