Did you know that there are various elements of a brand that can be protected as a Trademark? A Trademark exclusively identifies a product as belonging to a specific business that is recognizable from its logos, colors, symbols and many more. Registering a Trademark not only guarantees its exclusiveness but also signifies familiarity of a brand with its features that are registered.
Within the Madrid System, Trademark owners may protect and manage their Trademarks from over 126 countries by a single international application. The Madrid Monitor provides an easy way to check the status of your Trademark, access detailed information on all Trademarks registered through Madrid System online, and keep an eye on competitors’ Trademarks.
Social media content is replicable and accessible to millions of Internet users, hence social media content creators should consider using trademarks to protect their intellectual property.
The furniture industry has seen an increase in trademark registrations in recent times. Many of the trademarks in the furniture industry are associated with design rights.
Trademark registration for personal names may prevent other entities from making a profit through the unauthorized use of that person’s name.