Trade marks: Tips and Traps
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A registered trade mark is essential to protect your brand and/or products in an increasingly competitive marketplace, particularly now that a lot more business will be done online post Covid 19.
Key questions covered during the interview:
- What is a trade mark?
- How does it differ from a company or business name and why is that relevant.
- Do I just need a trade mark for my brand. What about my products?
- What are some tips for developing a strong trade mark?
- Very briefly, what’s the application process and any tips and traps about that?
- What’s the difference between TM and ®
- Finally, any other tips and traps?
Harvey is the principal of Bowlt Commercial Lawyers and an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Law. He specialises in proactively helping businesses manage legal risk and has expertise in a number of commercial law areas, but a significant area of his practice involves advising and registering trade marks for clients.
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