Trademark

Trademark Renewal

Overview

Trademark renewal is the benefit given to the registered trademark. A registered trademark is valid for 10 years and after that, it is important to renew it if you want to continue enjoying benefits of a registered trademark. Registrar sends a notice before 6 months of the expiration of registered trademark, and if you do not respond to the notice then your registered trademark will be removed from Journal and stands expired.
Features
  • Timely renewal gives you continued enjoyment of registered trademark.
  • Renewal helps to protect your registered trademark from cancellation.
  • You can easily apply for renewal in the already existing trademark.

Advantages

  • The registration symbol (where R is written and is covered in circle) can be used after the trademark is registered successfully.
  • Protection from competitors even in case there is a similar mark to the registered mark.
  • Exclusive right to use trademark ownership nationwide and for all the products that are listed in the registration.

Disadvantages

  • Owner need to show proof of use at regular intervals.
  • Failure to show proof on time related to trademark, lead to the loss of trademark registration rights.
  • Sometimes it is considered that trademark is the weakest form of intellectual property because it only protects the marketing concept and not the product itself.
Registration Process
  • You need to file an application of renewal is made in form TM-12.
  • Application can be filed by the registered owner of the trademark or through agent authorized by him.
  • It is necessary to take help from professional lawyers who are experts in this field for renewal of trademark application to make sure that your mark is well protected.
  • After filing the application, it is important to check its status periodically until it is processed.
  • Finally Trademark registry notifies the concerned person whether trademark renewal application is accepted or not.
No other common registration

The registration process is same as mentioned in the registration section.

FAQS

If you want rights to an abandoned trademark, the best action is to obtain a federal registration with the USPTO (United State Patent and Trademark Office). You can do this by filing an online application on the USPTO's website, which includes your contact information, a drawing of your mark, a description of the associated goods or services and a filing fee.
You cannot easily get again your trademark registration. Once it's abandoned, it cannot be revived.
A dead trademark is a trademark that was once registered or applied for and that the Patent and Trademark Office doesn't recognize anymore.
Yes after every 10 Year trademark Renewal is necessary. In other terms, you can keep your trademark registered for as long as it is kept in use, but you must renew it every 10 years.
The term of a federal trademark is 10 years, with 10-year renewal terms.

Pricing Plan

BASIC ₹13000
One Time

  • Drafting and filing of trademark renewal application.
  • For individuals, proprietorships, registered SMEs and registered Startups.
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SILVER ₹15000
One Time

  • Drafting and filing of trademark renewal application
  • Along with MSME registration certificate
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GOLD ₹17000
One Time

  • Drafting and filing of trademark renewal application.
  • For entities without Startup or MSME registration.
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