Trademark

TM

Trademark with logotype patent

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Trademark registration and logotype patent

Benefits

Exclusive right to use
By registering a trademark (trademark), you become the owner of the exclusive rights to use it, receiving security documents of the State Sample - Patent and Certificate
Rights protection
No one can register an image of your logo as a TM in any of the 45 classes of the International Classification.
Object for sale
A trademark is an independent product from the moment of registration, it can be sold or leased.
International procedure trademark registration
Trademark registration in FEA countries
Registration of industrial samples
Patenting of inventions and utility models
Copyright registration
Protection of intellectual property
The International Trademark System

Madrid

The Madrid System is a convenient and cost-effective solution for registering and managing trademarks worldwide. File a single application and pay one set of fees to apply for protection in up to 120 countries. Modify, renew or expand your global trademark portfolio through one centralized system.

Who can use the Madrid System?

You can use the Madrid System if you have a personal or business connection to one of the System’s members. This means you must either: be domiciled, have an industrial or commercial establishment in, or be a citizen of one of the 120 countries covered by the Madrid System's 104 members. Find out what users say about the Madrid System.

How much does it cost?

The cost of an international trademark registration includes the basic fee (653 Swiss francs; or 903 Swiss francs for a mark in color*), plus additional costs depending on where you want to protect your mark, and how many classes of goods and services will be covered by your registration.

For example, to register a trademark on February 16, 2018, with no color elements in India and the European Union, for one class of goods, the total cost will be 1'698 Swiss francs [653 basic fee + 148 (one class in India) + 897 (one class in the European Union)].

After obtaining an international trademark registration, additional fees apply to expand the geographical scope of coverage, modify or renew your trademark portfolio.

Using the Madrid System

The Madrid System supports you throughout the lifecycle of your trademark, from application through to renewal. Use these guides to find out more about how to search for existing trademarks before you apply for protection, how to file an international application, and how to manage your international trademark registration.

Search to find out if identical or similar marks already exist
Before filing an international application, you should search to find out if identical or similar marks already exist in your target markets. Use this guide to find out how to search WIPO’s Global Brand Database before filing your application, as well as how to locate the trademark registers of national and regional trademark Offices.
File an international application form
In order to file an international application PDF, international application form, you must have already registered or applied for a mark in your "home" IP Office. Learn more about the process, including your eligibility to use the Madrid System, how to complete your application form, required fees, and how to track the status of your application as it moves through the examination process.
Monitor an international application or registration
Once you've filed an international application with your "home" trademark office, it will be certified and sent to WIPO for examination. Learn more about the stages of the international registration process (including the roles played by WIPO and each national/regional trademark office) – including a preview of the types of documents you may receive along the way.
Manage your trademark registration
You can easily manage your international trademark registration through our centralized system. Find out how to renew or cancel, extend the geographical scope of protection, transfer ownership or appoint a representative, and learn more about the forms required for your requests.

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