Trademark - an Important Mark of Individuality in Market
For any business an idiosyncratic logo or trademark is necessary. In order to have a trademark, its registration becomes important. Reason being, it is possible that another product or service is already using the logo you have selected, or your logo might be used by another organisation. This mistake can happen consciously or unconsciously. In either case an already registered trademark have the authority to claim the proprietorship on it to secure its individuality in the market. The process of trademark registration is neither very costly nor complex except for a few cases.
Being a vast country and with enormous products and services, it is very possible that any other product or service encroaches in one's rights of trademark. Under such circumstances, the firm needs to make use of Indian laws and reaffirm their rights through trademark litigation processes. Often the trademark litigation processes are eligible to be sorted out at a very early stage of the litigation. And they even do not require excessive expenditure.
In cases where the litigation process occurred due to misinformation or ignorance, it is easy to carry out these cases and settling them in a very short span. For very many companies, these matters are never even heightened, and do not interfere in their daily work routine. But in some cases where it can cause the interference of their individuality in the market and false advertisements, these matters take shape of typhoon. For such a case, a well versed trademark attorney is required.
A trademark attorney is a person who has enough prowesses in the fields of trademark laws and enough diligence and acumen to solve delicate matters. The trademark attorneys are heirs of solicitors but with different skill set and so form a different clique. Trademark law includes documents which illustrates all the standardized procedural aspects according to which a trademark registration is carried out. According to the trademark law, any indulgence of a company not related to the particular product or service under question is liable to act of punishments. The trademark issues forms a delicate matter in cases where the product or services are quite akin for the two organisations in question.
In India, the trademark classification is done under forty two different categories. There are further subdivisions in the classifications of these trademarks. Like for example, the categorisation may start with games. The games can further be subdivided into gymnastics; home based games, videogames and any other sports and sports related accessories. There could be further subdivisions of these games and accessories based on respective usages and choices of age groups or any other similar parameters. Idea behind classifying the products or services is place each type under one category of similar things so that understanding their uniqueness and similarity becomes easy, and therefore their commonness in logos could be summarised for each case.
Trademarks are important aspect of any product. It is a necessity and requirement for the purpose of identification and advertisement. Encroachment to the realm of product causes a severe effect of the product in the market. Therefore laws, litigations and solicitors are required to keep the matter under proper jurisdictions and avoid the ruffians to attack it.
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