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Trademark Opposition

The Act prescribes that any person can file a notice of opposition against the Trade mark which is advertised or re-advertised in the Trade Marks Journal within four months from the date on which the trade mark application was announced or re-advertised in the Trade Marks Journal, i.e. the date of publication of the Journal or the date on which it is made available to the public.Any person can file a notice of opposition in India, and he is not required to have an application/registration in India to oppose any Trademark. Further, on expiry of the four-month deadline, no notice of opposition can be filed and the Trademark proceeds to registration. The only recourse left after that is filing a rectification action against the registration.

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Your Ally in Trademark Opposition Matters

Protecting your brand identity is crucial in today's competitive business landscape. At Filers Corner, we provide professional trademark opposition services to ensure that your brand remains secure from potential infringement. As a leading trademark registration firm, our team of experts is dedicated to guiding you through the trademark opposition process and delivering the best possible outcomes.

 Trademark Opposition Company in India

 Trademark Opposition Company in India

Navigating the Complexities of Trademark Opposition

Trademark opposition can occur when a third party believes that your trademark registration infringes upon their existing rights. It is essential to address these issues promptly and effectively to safeguard your brand. Filers Corner's trademark opposition services include:

Trademark Opposition Analysis: Our experienced team will conduct a thorough analysis of the opposition claim, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of your case.

Strategic Consultation: Based on our analysis, we will provide strategic recommendations and guide you through the appropriate course of action to address the opposition.

Trademark Opposition Response: We will prepare and file a well-structured opposition response, addressing the concerns raised by the opposing party and emphasizing the merits of your trademark.

Negotiation and Resolution: Our team of professionals is skilled in negotiating with opposing parties to reach an amicable resolution, minimizing the risk of costly legal disputes.

Why Choose Filers Corner for Your Trademark Opposition Needs?

When you partner with Filers Corner for trademark opposition services, you can expect:

 Expert Guidance: Our knowledgeable team has extensive experience in handling trademark opposition matters and is committed to providing personalized support throughout the process.

 Result-Oriented Approach: We focus on delivering the best possible outcomes for our clients, utilizing strategic planning and thorough research to build a strong case in your favor.

 Timely Service: We understand the time-sensitive nature of trademark opposition and work diligently to provide prompt and efficient solutions.

 Competitive Pricing: Filers Corner offers transparent and competitive pricing for our trademark opposition services, ensuring that you receive the best value for your investment.

  Don't let trademark opposition jeopardize your brand's success. Contact Filers Corner today and experience the benefits of working with a top trademark registration firm for all your trademark opposition needs!

 Trademark Opposition Company in India

Who can oppose a trademark?

Section 21 of the Trademarks Act, 1999 says that "any person" who wants to oppose a trademark application can do so by filing a Notice of Opposition on the prescribed form along with the prescribed fee. The opponent does not necessarily have to be a registered proprietor of a trademark. He can be a purchaser, customer or a member of the public likely to use the goods. The rationale behind this is that the opponent is representing himself and the public at large because having two similar marks in the market can only result in confusion amongst the public.

A Trademark can be opposed on the following grounds:

  1. Absolute grounds of refusal as provided under Section 9 of the Act, i.e., the Trademark not being distinctive or not being capable of distinguishing the goods/services of the Applicant from those of others.
  2. Relative grounds of refusal as provided under Section 11 of the Act, i.e., the Trademark being phonetically, visually, conceptually, confusingly, and deceptively similar/identical to the Opponent's Trademark.
  3. Other relevant grounds depending on the facts of the matter i.e. the applicants' Trademark being well-known.

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