We want to be your best ally in protecting your identity.
Founded almost two decades ago, INGENIAS is proud to be one of the leading intellectual property firms and, according to rankings, the fastest growing at the national and EU registration level since 2017.
Protect your identity by registering your trademark
Your trademark is an invaluable and irreplaceable asset that defines your project and distinguishes you within your industry.
Trademark registration provides you with exclusivity and safeguards against competitors and infringers.
At INGENIAS, we provide comprehensive guidance and tailor-made solutions, catering to both extensive trademark portfolios and the protection needs of entrepreneurs.
Our team defines and implements a comprehensive strategy to ensure the protection of your brand, including feasibility studies and the definition of the optimal trademark protection strategy.
As one of the pre-eminent leaders in the field of intellectual property, we specialise in providing a tailor-made service, focused on the specific case of our clients.
In addition, we support our work with advanced technology that allows us to provide an efficient and high quality service. With over 20 years’ experience in the industry, we have built a solid international network of associates that our clients trust to help them successfully manage their international expansion.
Don't risk your trademark. Choose INGENIAS.
At INGENIAS, we value agility and speed of response to ensure that your trademark is protected without delay, giving you the peace of mind you deserve. Our international presence and recognition back us up.
As intellectual property experts and agents, we will provide you with the necessary support and advice at every stage of the process of protecting your trademark, whether nationally or internationally.
We create a roadmap tailored to the client’s requirements with the aim of ensuring full mark protection for you. Our services include analysing the viability and distinctiveness of your trademark, as well as designing a suitable method to achieve tailored protection.
Defence of your trademark
Our main objective is your peace of mind. We guarantee that your trademark remains in force with all of its opposition and defence capabilities intact. To this end, we will promptly address any office action and resolve incidents during the processing of your trademark, with direct contact with the appropriate office.
As Intellectual Property agents and experts in our field, we recognise the importance of taking a differentiating and rigorous approach to protecting renowned trademarks, thereby strengthening their position and value on the market.
Internationalising your brand
Thanks to our vast global network of reliable partners, established over two decades, we offer a thorough and dependable international trademark service, covering all countries worldwide. Our approach to centralised management of international expansion aligns with the client’s strategy.
– Registry: we monitor applications and registrations to protect and defend our clients.
– Digital: we protect the online presence of trademarks and identify infringers to defend our clients’ identity; and
– Customs: we exercise control over and provide protection for our clients’ marks in customs operations.
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FAQ's: Frequently Asked Questions about Trademark Registration
The process of registering a trademark varies from one jurisdiction to the next, but generally involves filing an application and complying with the legal requirements. In some cases, it may be necessary to respond to objections or make amendments before the trademark is finally registered.
The distinctiveness of your mark depends on a number of factors, such as its originality, creativity and ability to clearly identify the goods or services it represents. It is important for it to be sufficiently unique and distinctive to be legally protected.
The processing time for a trademark application can vary, but on average it can take a few months, and in some cases years.
If a third party objects to your trademark registration, a legal process will be followed to determine the viability and resolution of the dispute.
The duration of a trademark registration can be renewed periodically, usually every 10 years, as long as the established requirements are met.
If you stop using your trademark, you risk losing the rights associated with it.
The appearance with which you should register your trademark depends on how you use it and how you wish to protect it.
A prior trademark search is essential to assess possible conflicts and to determine the viability and availability of your mark.
The need to register your trademark in other countries will depend on your business objectives and the international expansion of your business.
When filing a trademark application, it is necessary to correctly identify the class or classes corresponding to the goods or services that the trademark represents, according to the Nice International Classification of Goods and Services. It is essential to select the appropriate classes, as they will determine the scope of protection of the trademark.
Yes, there may be grants and subsidies available for trademark registration, depending on location and government policies. Please contact us and we will provide you with a personalised service.
Trademark watching and monitoring is important to detect and prevent unauthorised use or infringement of your trademark by third parties.
You can start using your trademark once it has been legally registered and you obtain the corresponding protection.
If you have changed your trademark logo, it may be necessary to update your trademark registration to reflect the changes made.
If you have expanded your product catalogue, it is advisable to update your trademark registration to cover the relevant new categories.
If you cannot provide sufficient evidence of genuine use of the trademark in the normal course of business, you risk losing the protection rights associated with it.
If your trademark is copied, you may have legal rights to take action to protect your interests, such as taking legal action for trademark infringement.
During the renewal of your trademark, you can update the logo as long as you comply with the requirements.
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