Specialized trademarks attorney in America & Canada since 1929
Our trademark attorneys are passionate for knowledge with a sharp business-oriented approach looking to offer top and innovative advice for intricate scenarios. Each trademark attorney works in specially designed teams to handle specific projects. At Moeller IP, professional training is part of our day-to-day routine, allocating resources to guarantee excellence and the best qualifications in the Trademark field.
Our team combines outstanding academic qualifications and a wide-ranging legal and technical knowledge which are the basis of Moeller’s high quality services, providing solutions in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Exceptional communication skills are always applied to clearly understand our clients’ business objectives and design the best strategy to achieve them. Daily follow up of our clients’ projects and continuous updates are top priority.
Our Trademark attorneys are specialized in the management of trademark portfolios performing due diligence, availability searches in the Americas and Caribbean through a highly qualified network of associates in the region.
You can consolidate the American region with one single agent by the mere execution of only one Power of Attorney (POA).
We make the filing process as straightforward as possible: you can file in multiple countries with a single instruction and only one translation of your application, and you will receive all necessary additional documentation (assignments, PoA) ready for signing and executing.
Be it a filing, a patent search, or just the payment of an annuity fee, we will provide our best service quality and support. We adapt our service to your needs and not the other way around.
Our team of patent paralegals, under the supervision of two team managers, works hand in hand with our network of colleagues to guarantee the high quality of our services and our dedication to our clients’ IP rights.
We offer our professional support in case for office actions, oppositions, or rejections from the PTOs’ Examiners. Only one specialised Engineer prosecutes your Patent family to achieve granting.
Confidential information that our customers provide is kept in databases located in two different datacenters in Germany. This ensures the safety and 24/7 accessibility of the data, based on the highest standards of the industry with the latest technology.
For us, physical and digital protection is a must. Our rooms where sensitive documents are stored are locked and we apply several security measures for our employees to access important databases.
We train our employees in the proper handling of IP.
TRADEMARK ATTORNEY BENEFITS
MOELLER’S TRADEMARKS REGISTRATION PROCESS
Filing of trademark application
Close follow up and update reports to client
Surveillance of marks
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Specialized trademark attorney in America
FAQs OF TRADEMARK ATTORNEY
A trademark is a sign capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one company or individual from those of other parties. Trademarks are protected by intellectual property rights.
®Registered Trademark. Indicates that the preceding mark has been registered with a national trademark office.
© Indicates that a creator has a right over his/her literary and/or artistic works (i.e books, music, paintings, computer programs, among others...).
Please contact the Moeller IP team to provide you with a tailored pricing structure to your needs.
This is very variable depending on the country, but, for straightforward applications, a time-frame of 8 months to 2 years can be estimated.
- Colombia, Peru, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico can take between 8 and 12 months.
- Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, central-American countries, can take between 12 and 18 months.
- Brazil and Venezuela: approx. 24 months.
Trademark searches before filing proportionate chances of registration depending on the antecedents disclosed by the search and enables to analyze a suitable filing strategy.
Yes, through the respective authorization agreement (i.e distributors, local branches, etc).
Yes, however registered marks become vulnerable after a certain time of granting (the term depends on each country) where, if not used during the said term, any third party can file a cancellation action.
In Mexico and Puerto Rico, if no declaration of use is filed within the corresponding term for such purpose, the registered mark is automatically canceled.
Specialized trademark attorney in America & Canada