Road Bumps and Roadblocks in the Journey from TM to R Our last article introduced the steps in the trade mark application process and recommended some tips to protect your brand while your application goes through the requirements for registration. We mentioned that the trade mark application to registration process takes at the very least, […]
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What to do with Your Registered Trade Mark There’s a popular myth about trade marks – that once registered, always registered. Many business owners are diligent about their trade mark or their brand when they are trying to get it registered but many tend to take a back seat once their trade mark receives the coveted “registered” status. As […]
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If you didn’t see it on TV (who watches TV these days anyway?), I appeared as a guest expert on Kochies Business Builders on Channel 7, 23 November 2014. If you want to know more about Kochies Business Builders, check out their website by clicking the link below or watch their vide on Youtube: http://www.kbbtv.com.au/video/trademarking-ip-small-business/ […]
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