You are here: HomeLegal GuidesIntellectual PropertyTrade Marks

Trade Marks

Trade Marks

Registering a trade mark application

A trade mark can be thought of as a company’s corporate fingerprint.  Often, it is a logo, or a name that legally belongs to the company it is registered to.  Similar to a fingerprint, a trade mark is unique to its owner and differentiates the goods and services from those of other...

Read this article
Trade Marks

Trade Marks and how they work

A Trade Mark is a word, name, symbol or visual device which distinguishes your goods and services from those of someone else, such as a competitor product or service. A Trade Mark might be a word or a phrase, or an image (such as a logo), or a combination of both. Trade Marks are often...

Read this article

This website uses 'cookies' to anonymously enhance your browsing experience, but does not store any personal information. By closing this message and continuing to use the website you are agreeing to their use. Please read our Privacy & Cookies Policy for more information.