Trade Marks

Trade Marks are one of the following:

Trade Marks are often seen as the badge of a business. They act to distinguish your products and services from those of your competitors. A Trade Mark is a very powerful marketing tool as it enables customers to recognise your business for the quality of its products or services.

What additional rights do Registered Trade Marks give?

Registering a Trade Mark confers an automatic right to prevent anyone else using your mark on the goods or services for which you have it registered. A Registered Trade Mark can last indefinitely as long as the renewal fees are paid.

The Commercial advantages of having a Registered Trade Mark:

You get protection for an indefinite period, allowing you to exclusively trade on your reputation.

A Trade Mark may be a sign of credibility for potential investors or customers.

You can license or sell your Registered Trade Mark and allow others to exploit it, as with any other business asset.

You can mark your product and or product literature with the ® symbol.

Registering a trade mark can serve as a deterrent to people who might otherwise infringe it.

N J Akers & Co and Trade Marks:

N J Akers & Co represents clients before the UK Trade Mark Registry and the European Community Trade Mark Office obtaining registration of marks and challenging the marks of others.

Trade Marks are often seen as the badge of a business.

Trade Marks are often seen as the badge of a business.

Registering a trade mark can serve as a deterrent to people who might otherwise infringe it.

Registering a trade mark can serve as a deterrent to people who might otherwise infringe it.