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Trademark Monitoring OAPI

 Trademark Monitoring OAPI

Trademark Monitoring OAPI

Order form for trademark monitoring of identical or similar trademarks. With each found trademark you will receive a short analysis by a trademark lawyer with a recommendation of how to proceed.
EUR 190.00  price is per year
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Price for additional class EUR 90.00

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Our brand monitoring is a proven way to detect collision risks for word and figurative trademarks with identical or similar entries in good time before the expiry of the objection period.

We provide not just an automated message that you must ultimately evaluate yourself. With us you get a lawyer analysis. A lawyer specializing in trademark checks discovered trademarks and evaluates the risk of collision.

You will receive an individual letter which informs you about the similarity of the trademarks and goods/services and gives you an detailed advice of how to react. We monitor the relevant registers of trademarks for identical or similar applications or registrations, which may conflict with your search term. Monitoring includes words and / or figurative signs. If we recommend an opposition you will receive an individual monitoring alert via email, fax or letter. This includes the full record of the found trademark.

Monitoring can be canceled anytime by end of the month.

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Trademark search OAPI

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With this order form we deliver an availability search for similar pending or registered trademarks for OAPI (The Republic of Benin, Burkina Faso, The Republic of Cameroon, The Central African Republic, The Republic of Chad, The Republic of Congo, Comoren, The Republic of Cote d’Ivoire, The Republic of Gabon, The Republic of Guinea – Conakry, The Republic of Guinea – Bissau, The Republic of Mali, The Islamic Republic of Mauritania, The Republic of Niger, The Republic of Senegal, The Republic of Togo, Equatorial Guinea). The report contains a statement from a lawyer specialised in trademark law regarding the registrability of a trademark and the risk of collision with trademarks already registered.