Trade Mark Selection, Searching & Clearance
Trade Mark Selection, Searching & Clearance - Griffith Hack
|Griffith Hack is often called upon to advise on the registrability of proposed trade marks and to screen such trade marks for conflicts with existing trade marks. Our professional staff work closely with our clients and their marketing agencies on the creation and adoption of new trade marks. |
Searches are necessary to ensure that a new trade mark does not infringe the rights of another person and to ensure no prior trade marks exist that could prevent registration. A search detects conflicting trade marks before costs are incurred in packaging, labelling or promotional materials. An early search may save a client the considerable expense of having to withdraw and modify such material, not to mention the costs involved in a possible infringement action.
Griffith Hack's team of specialist trade mark searchers work closely with our professional staff to ensure clearance searches are carried out and reported promptly and cost-effectively. Our in-house searchers are skilled at searching Australian and international trade mark databases. Griffith Hack can also call upon our network of foreign associates to carry out detailed searches in all foreign markets.
|Please see the below brochure for more information or contact one of our listed people on the right for further advice.|
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