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Trademark registration is like brand registration which makes your brand holds its unique identity amidst the pool of others. The reason trademark registration becomes important is because it gives a unique identity to your brand, helps people identify your company and at the same time, there are many competitors who would be working in the similar domain, getting a registered trademark will help you prevent your name being used by your competitors. It can be a symbol, word, picture, name, label, a device or numerals which can help you distinguish your company from the others.

It won’t be wrong to say that a trademark is like a silent salesperson and your legal umbrella protecting your brand 24*7. An important point to note here is that, if only you have registered trademark under the Trademark Act, 1999, only then you can sue a company who intends to damages or infringes your trademark. After filing the application with the Registrar of Trademark, you can use TM symbol with the name on you product. After getting certificate of registration you can use ® Symbol along with the name of your product.

A registered trademark is an intangible asset for your business. After you have made an application for trademark registration it takes 3 days for the department to assign it to you but it takes almost 1.5 years for complete registration so that you can use it.

Our team of highly qualified professionals at can help your business obtain Trademark Registration to avail a host of benefits.

Process & Timeline

18-24 Months

Professional Fees

Rs. 3500

(GST, Government Fees and other Out of Pocket Expenses Extra)

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  • It Works as the Salesperson of your Company: Any company is recognised by its name or logo. Trademark name or a trademark logo is working 24*7, 365 days to promote your brand and helps it gain recognition and easy top of the mind recall and hence, it becomes even more important to get the logo registration or trademark registration done.
  • Legal Umbrella: The best part of getting a trademark name is that it gives your company the legal protect against infringements. Nobody can misuse the name of your company or brand. Furthermore, if only you have a registered trademark, only then you can sue other company, in case they have misused your company’s name or logo.
  • Asset Creation: Well, a registered trademark is a kind of intellectual property which allows the company to sell or franchise or allow it to be used by another party on a contract basis.
  • Creation of Goodwill: A registered trademark brings unique to your business, it helps in creating a sense of trust in the mind of the customer.

What can be a Trademark?

  • Name: It can be a personal name or surname of the applicant or the signature of the person
  • Number: Alphanumeric or just numerals can be a logo.
  • Word: A word can also be a trademark. For example, Google.
  • Image/Logo: Any image, monogram, logo, 3-D shapes router can form a trademark.


  • The name, address and nationality of the applicant. If the applicant is a partnership firm, the names of all the partners. Also mention whether any minor is a partner.
  • If the applicant is a company, the country or state of incorporation.
  • A list of goods and/or services for which registration is required.
  • Soft copy of the trademark to be registered.
  • If the mark contains or consists of non-English words, a translation of those words into English is required.
  • If the application is to claim priority from an earlier filed convention application, details of that application is also required (application number, filing date, country and goods/services). A certified priority document or its duly notarized copy is to be submitted. If the certificate is not in English, a certified/notarized English translation is also required. If it is not readily available, the application can be filed based on the basic application number, date of the application and country of the application. A copy of the priority document can be submitted within 1 month from the filing date of the application.
  • Date of first use of the trademark in India, if at all used
  • Power of attorney simply signed by the applicant (no legalization or notarization is required). For Indian clients, power of attorney to be executed in 100 Rs. stamp paper and signed by the applicant. The power of attorney is not required at the time of lodging the application and can be submitted later with no additional cost.

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