You created a trademark and seek appropriate protection…
INSCRIPTA offers specific and customized services to answer all your questions and help you implement the best strategy and protection for your trademarks in France, in Europe and abroad.
- Determining the name, the expression, the sign or the logo to be filed.
- Definition of countries or regions in which protection is needed.
- Distinctiveness prior examinations to make sure the mark can be registered.
- Availability and seniority searches to identify potential obstacles to your project.
- Identification of products and services to be designated for an optimal protection.
- Filing of trademark application and following-up the registration procedure.
- French trademark application before the INPI in France.
- European Union trademark application before the EUIPO (formerly OHIM) in Alicante, Spain.
- International trademark application before WIPO in Geneva, Switzerland.
- Docketing your trademark into our database.
- Time monitoring to warn you of upcoming official deadlines and renewal dates.
- Providing all information about your trademarks portfolio.
- Monitoring potential threats to your trademark rights through watch services.
- Filing oppositions against third parties’ trademark applications.
- Registering your trademarks with the Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH).
- Competitive intelligence.
- Declaring your trademarks with Customs authorities.
- Negotiating and drafting of all contracts relating to the exploitation and defence of your trademark.
- Legal consultations and opinions in all areas of trademark law.
- Audits and valuations of your trademarks portfolio.
- Financial valuations of trademarks.
- Organizing and giving specific and professional trainings on trademark law.
- Defending your trademark in case of amicable or judicial disputes.
INSCRIPTA acts and represents you and your interests directly before the INPI (French Patent and Trademark Office) for French trademarks, before the EUIPO (formerly OHIM) for E.U. trademarks (formerly known as Community trademarks), and before WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) for International trademarks.