We all want a trademark registration to be a straightforward process without any obstacles and delays. However, the truth is that sometimes trademarks receive objections or oppositions.
In this article, we will explain what these objections are and what you can do to avoid them.
You can register your trade mark to protect your brand, the name of your product or service. Your trade mark must be unique, it can include words, sounds, logos, colors.
China is a nightmare for intellectual property specialists and attorneys. Why? Because Chinese Trademark Law is not “first to use” as in the US and Canada, but “first to file”. Thus, anyone who files your trademark in China before you has more rights to use it, no matter how popular it is in your country.
Well, this is not a very difficult question. Obviously, you do not need a trademark if you do not have a business. In this case, it seems very unlikely that you will ever require a trademark. However, if you have your own business, do you need to register your trademark?