TrademarkNow provides an intelligent web-based trademark management platform that is used by enterprise companies, law firms and branding agencies for instant trademark search results and risk analysis.
In an increasingly competitive world, trademarks are an exceptionally popular option to maintain your corporate identity in a global marketplace where counterfeits of your product are almost an indicator of the level of your success. But how much popularity is too much?
There are clear challenges facing counsel in their trademark searching and clearing processes and they tend to be the same pressure points across the board. These pressure points include: not having resources to manage their never-ending list of projects, tight time frames, budgets, quality, and accuracy of data. However; there are many strategies that can be executed such as implementing new technology, leveraging free and commercial services to create a quick responsive strategy, and increasing efforts to collaborate with internal peers.
Nothing at TrademarkNow stands still for long and so it is with our rapidly growing content. Some of the most frequently asked questions from 2017 were publication inquiries and collaboration invitations from experts in our industry from all around the globe. We have expanded our team and are delighted to now open our doors for submissions and collaboration queries!
This week we are interviewing Amy Hsiao, a sought-after US-based trademark attorney and brand strategist with expertise on Chinese Trademark Law and partner at Swanson and Bratschun. She is also a guest speaker in our upcoming webinar about Chinese trademarks.
Peanut butter and jelly, wine and cheese, legal technology and trademark professionals - all things that fit together perfectly. When trademark professionals and legal technology can work together seamlessly it makes for more practical and intelligent working days.
While it can’t be disputed that China remains one of the most complex regions in which to file a trademark application, demand for trademarks in China is high and growing. This growth represents not only demand from companies within China itself but also from companies from overseas. A veil of mystery has long been drawn over the filing system and the operation of the courts but increasingly that veil is becoming slowly more transparent.
We recently hosted a webinar along with Dr. Holger Gauss, Attorney and Partner at Grünecker where we explored what impacts the clearance process as well as potential things that may go wrong in the process when registering trademarks using WIPO.
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