Mar 04,2020 | 20 min read

Filing Of Trademarks Under Madrid Protocol: Procedure

Author - Jain & Partners

The trademark is a type of legally recognized Intellectual Property (IP) distinguish a particular good among others, which may be owned by an individual, business organization, or any legal entity. It is an important investment to prevent business competitors from stealing the owners' identity. However, business operating in international regions should consider registering the trademark through the international trademark registration service.

Registering the trademark is a tedious process everywhere especially for online businesses even by Madrid Protocol. The system is administered by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). To file an international application, the owner must have already registered or applied for a mark in his home or domestic IP Office. And this is where it starts getting tricky. « Read more » to learn the filing process.


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