Welcome to the Trade Mark Area
Often, you will see the word Trade Mark written as one word "Trademark". This single word spelling is the North American convention.
A trade mark is a sign which can distinguish your goods and services from those of your competitors (you may refer to your trade mark as your "brand"). It can be for example words, logos or a combination of both.
Typically a trade mark is a set of words or symbols that readily identifies a business or service for each country it is registered. The more unique your name and logo the more likely it will be a strongly defendable trade mark.
You can register a domain in any country but can be challenged if someone has a greater claim to the domain. Owning a trade mark in a country can give you rights to remove others from a domain. Similarly, you can register a domain in any country but can be challenged if someone has a greater claim to the domain.
One Stop IP provide a complete suite of services that will help you create your trade marks and ensure that you protect and manage them into the future.
For every service we offer, we will provide you with a fixed price quotation in advance so that you are clear about what expertise is available and how much it will cost. Our group of associates can support you throughout the process, whilst you retain control over the services you require.
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The tabs on the left hand side cover the broad topics of the lifecycle. Click on each to see the detailed services we provide in each area.
For detailed definitions around UK Trade marks go to UK Intellectual Property office website http://www.ipo.gov.uk/types/tm.htmFree! Request a quote