Trademark objection

Trademark objection

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Trademark objection: A trademark objection is one of the initial stages in the process of trademark registration. It occurs before trademark registration.

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Trademark objection

Trademarks: Trademarks are symbols that are used to identify the item, product or service uniquely from other companies. Trademarks can be any image, graphics, design, expressions or signs. They uniquely identify the particular company from other companies.

 

Trademark objection: A trademark objection is one of the initial stages in the process of trademark registration. It occurs before trademark registration.

 

An examiner or registrar of any third party can file the trademark objection under the Section(s) 9 (Absolute Grounds of Refusal) and 11 (Relative Grounds of Refusal).  It does not mean the direct denial to the process of trademark registration.

 

There may be two reasons for an objection:

 

  • Wrong on incomplete information in the application
  • Existence of a similar trademark

 

There are two ways when another party can object to the registration of a trademark.

 

  • When the mark is published the Trademark Journal or,
  • When the applicant uses the mark before its registration.

 

How to respond to an objection?

 

  1. Analysing the objection
  2. Drafting Of Trademark Objection Reply
  3. Trademark Hearing
  4. Publication In The Trademark Journal and appeal 
  5. Registration

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