Businesses need to protect their brands, designs, and intellectual property to get success and protect themself from being counterfeited.
Register your brand, logo or design as a registered trademark symbol
A registered trademark can show the ® a typographic symbol that provides notice that the preceding word or symbol is a trademark or service mark that has been registered with the official trademark office.
Our legal service registers trademarks and designs at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) which gives protection in the 28 Member States of the European Union. In addition, you can choose protection in Switzerland and the UK.
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Frequently asked questions
What is a trademark?
Why do I need a trademark?
With a trademark registration, its owner acquires an exclusive right to use his trademark for specific goods or services. The trademark owner can exclude anyone else from using his trademark.
How much to register a trademark?
A trademark registration in Switzerland at the IGE trademark office is 850 CHF for most registrations. There are 3 nice classes included. Extending trademarks to EU, Germany, Austria or USA over the WIPO will cost a basic fee and an additional fee for each country. See the overview about trademark fees.
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Litigation can result in significantly higher costs if, for example, a mark in a Nice class has not been used for more than 5 years. A layman can make mistakes in complex trademark law. Many brand lawyers only work on the basis of the higher hourly rates and not according to the lawyer’s remuneration law. You cannot go wrong with our package variants with advice.
How long does a trademark registration take?
Why is it important to trademark your brand?
What are different types of trademarks that can be protected?
How long will my trademark be protected?
The protection of a trademark lasts 10 years from the registration date and can be extended for 10 years at a time. IMPORTANT: If the holder has not used the trademark for the goods or services for which it is registered within 5 years of registration, the trademark can be declared invalid if requested. The use must take place in the respective Nice class or service.