This page provides an overview of applications for trademark registration with priority claims and the procedures to be taken with the JPO, both for applications to the Japanese Patent Office and applications to foreign patent offices.
When applying for a trademark, you may be wondering whether to file a single application designating multiple classes or multiple applications per class. Here we explain the advantages and disadvantages of each.
I don't know where trademark registration is done. This article will help you to understand this question. It also introduces the benefits of registration and the process and fees to help you protect your business.
The article explains how long a trademark registration is valid and if trademark rights can be renewed. The article also explains how long a trademark is registered, how to pay the registration fee, and when the right expires.
This article explains whether foreigners can apply for Japanese patents and trademark registrations. It also includes information on how to file an application with the Japan Patent Office and where to go for advice.
As many as 26,000 trademark applications are filed in China each day. This includes preemptive trademark applications for Japanese place names, brands, etc., creating obstacles for Japanese companies in their business activities in China. Trademark registration is essential for successful business in China. This article explains the necessity of registering a trademark in China and the precautions to take when filing an application.
How much does it cost to obtain trademark rights? This article explains in detail the fees required for trademark registration, including how to calculate the fees to be paid to the Patent Office if you file the application yourself, and the market rate of fees if you request a patent attorney.
This article explains the concept of trademark registration when the prospects for use of the trademark are uncertain, and how to obtain trademark rights in order to avoid cancellation after registration, as well as the system of non-use cancellation trials.
Patents and trademarks have one thing in common in that they are registered in the Patent Office registry and conferred the rights of patent and trademark, respectively, after an application is filed with the Patent Office and the application passes the examination. These are both types of intellectual property rights. This article will introduce the differences between these rights granted by the JPO and how they are used.
Do you know that there are many different types of trademarks in Japan? Here is an overview of the different types of trademarks in Japan, including traditional trademarks, new types of trademarks, Regional Collective Trademark Registration System, Defensive Mark Registration System, and much more!
Trademark registration is a way to acquire rights to a character. By registering its name or design as a trademark, you can prevent others from copying or using it without your permission. This article will explain in detail how to register a trademark for a character and what to note for it.
There are cases where even a simple word such as a single kanji character can be registered as a trademark. We will explain by taking Nintendo's trademark registration of "草" as an example.
Is a law firm the right place to request an application for trademark registration? There are several legal qualifications and law firms, so this is a guide for those who are not sure where to consult regarding the process of obtaining trademark rights.
If an identical or similar logo is already registered in the same industry, the trademark cannot be registered even if an application is filed. Here is a free and easy way to search for trademark registration information for those who are considering applying for a logo trademark.
To register a trademark, you need to file a trademark application with the Japan Patent Office. Here, we will introduce the general method of trademark registration, a service that allows you to easily apply for a trademark using the Internet, and some useful websites related to trademarks.
Use of a trademark registered by others may constitute trademark infringement. To avoid unknowingly infringing on the trademark rights of others, we will explain what constitutes trademark infringement, how to avoid the risk of infringement, how to safely use your trademark, and how to conduct a trademark search.
Contact a patent attorney to register your trademark! Patent attorneys are the point of contact for intellectual property rights such as patents and trademarks, and are experts in representing clients in procedures with the Patent Office.
This section explains the precautions to be taken when creating and registering a logo trademark using free fonts or text fonts that are installed on the PC from the beginning. Is there any problem with registering a trademark that uses font material created by others?
Before registering a trademark, you may want to know how much the process will cost you. This section explains the total cost, its breakdown (official fees, attorney fees), and the contents (trademark search, application, registration).
This is a concrete explanation of how to do the application procedures for trademark registration with Amazing DX. In addition to the general trademark process, we will also give you some points on the difference between doing the procedures for trademark registration by yourself and asking a patent firm or patent attorney.