Through a Trademark Assignment agreement, the brand owner is able to unlock the value of the brand, which, until this point, only had value on paper.
Trademark rights are transferable through assignment agreements. When a trademark is assigned by an owner to another party, its ownership is conferred upon the other party, either completely (with goodwill) or for a limited number of products or services (without goodwill). It usually involves a one-time payment. Such an agreement (often called an assignment deed) can be signed even if the trademark is unregistered; creative designers, for example, are often asked to assign ownership of the work to the entity that commissioned it. Registered trademarks can also be assigned, of course. In both cases, the assignee must apply to the Registrar within six months.
Through an assignment agreement, the brand owner is able to unlock the value of the brand, which, until this point, only had value on paper. The assignee, on the other hand, could be significantly better off entering a market with an already well-known brand, rather than building a new one entirely
Our representative will get in touch to know whether you will be the asignee or the assignor. We will also explain the documents you would need to provide for the entire procedure, though there may be a request by our lawyers for additional documents and proofs, depending on the request. Lawyers will contact you to understand your requirements in detail and recommend the clauses to be included. The deed will be drafted and sent to both parties for their signatures.
You discuss your business and brand with our lawyers. The lawyers recommend the variations on your brand name that need to be tracked.
We have access to the database of all trademark filings across industries. We keep a watch on all new filings. With the help of it, we capture the mention of similar or identical brands.
Affidavit of usage
Trademark hearing notice
Documentary proof of Trademark in commercial use.
The duly appointed applicant or the attorney has to appear before the authorities, on the scheduled date
ou get the R symbol as soon as you file the trademark application for registration. This symbol helps protect the trademark from getting copied by others.
Every company, be it Private limited, LLP or partnership irrespective of the income or loss must file IT returns
Individuals enjoying income from mutual funds, bonds, stocks, fixed deposits, income from interest, house property,etc
It’s of utmost importance to your business. The earlier a trademark misuse is identified, the easier it is for you to act against such infringements and to enforce your trademark rights.
You should register your trademark with the Controller General of Patents Designs and Trademarks, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.
A registered trademark can be a precious asset for your business as with it, your business can project its unique positioning to the consumers. By registering a trademark, you can also avoid potential litigations and future disputes and you can focus on the more important job of building your brand reputation.