New Zealand trademark registration can be obtained for words, logo, numerals, slogan, device and more. It is provides legal right of exclusivity for use of the mark to the owner of the trademark. New Zealand trademark registration is however a long process involving multiple steps. In this article we cover the trademark registration process in ...

Copyright in Malaysia is based on the Copyright Act 1987, copy refers to a reproduction of a work in written form, in the form of a recording or fill, or in any other material form. Copyright is one form of the intellectual property which is the legal right given to the copyright’s owner for a ...

When it comes to branding, there’s no easy recipe for success. Branding is an imperfect science that boils down to constant change — based on where you are, where you want to be and, most importantly, what the market is doing.   For example, just look at Nike. The athletic apparel giant has been able ...

Myanmar Trademark Renewal can be renewed for subsequent three year periods, but a request for renewal must be filed within six months before the current term expires. The Myanmar trademark is registered for 3 years, from the filing date. Its term can be renewed for subsequent three year periods, but a request for renewal must ...

India trademark renewal is a process and one should follow the complete process with the rules and regulations in order to protect the reputation and brand value of a business enterprise or an individual. The Indian trademark registration Act, 1999 of the Indian Government regulates all trademark renewal process and its related activities. There are ...

A registered Malaysia trademark is valid for ten years protection from the date of application and it is renewable indefinitely every ten (10) years. Below are the procedure for renewal of Malaysia trademark. Procedure for Renewal of Malaysia trademark The owner of the Malaysia trademark has to file Form TM-12, which is an application for ...

Macao trademark registration is under the “Industrial Property Code” gives an owner the right to prevent third parties from using his mark, or a deceptively similar mark, without the owner’s consent for the products or services for which it is registered. Mark’s owner may also can prevent other persons from using the mark in relation ...

Trademark Opposition (Trademark Objection) is a legal proceeding, available in most jurisdictions, in which a party seeks to prevent a pending application for a mark from being granted registration. Although the specific grounds for bringing an opposition vary by jurisdiction, typically, a party that believes it will be damaged by the resulting registration may oppose ...

Trademark (or service mark) assignment recordation is Transfer of one’s ownership of a mark to another person or entity. The prior owner (assignor) gives up all rights to the mark to the new owner (assignee), who is then expected to maintain the level of quality previously associated on the goods or services represented by the mark. ...

Laos is a member of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) since January 1995, of the Paris Convention for Protection of Industrial Property since October 1998 and of the PCT (Patent) since June 2006.     Documents Required For Laos Trademark Filing To file a Laos trademark application, the following information and documents are required: ...