1800 POD LEGAL

Trade Marks

A trade mark may be a letter, word, name, signature, numeral, device, brand, heading, label, ticket, aspect of packaging, shape, colour, sound or scent, or any combination of these. It is used to distinguish the goods or services of one trader from those of other traders.

Trade Mark Registration

Trade mark registration grants the owner of a trade mark with a legal right to exclusively use, or control the use of, a trade mark for the goods or services...

Trade Mark Infringement

Trade mark infringement can arise where a competitor is using an identical or similar trade mark to yours or a competitor considers that you are using...

International Trade Marks

There is no such thing as a ‘world-wide’ trade mark. Therefore, in order to obtain trade mark registration in countries outside Australia, an application mus...

Trade Mark Searches

A trade mark search is crucial for eliminating the risk of developing and investing in a brand that may not be registrable as a trade mark or even worse,...

Trade Mark Monitoring

How would you feel if a competitor to your business took advantage of your brand and reputation by registering and using a similar trade mark to yours?...

podwatch

We use cutting edge technology to monitor Australian trade mark applications, registered and unregistered trade marks and domain names. This means that...

Trade Marks Attorney

A Registered Trade Marks Attorney is a person who is experienced in assisting clients with the protection and commercial exploitation of trade marks and...

Trade Mark Tips

1 Carefully read your mail. You may be contacted by bogus companies seeking payment for trade mark renewal or publishing fees. Do not pay...


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