Trade Mark Protection: Mark my Word 21 Dec 2018

Key things to know when registering and maintaining a trade mark in New Zealand

 

A trade mark protects distinguishing names and logos, making it one of the most important business assets you can own. As the number of enterprises in New Zealand now exceeds over half a million and counting, it is more important than ever to protect your business’s hard earned reputation. One of the best ways to do this can be by registering a trade mark.

Parry Field has previously published an article on this matter. This article seeks to add to this previous publication, by providing links to several further discussions on some of the more complex and often confusing aspects of trade mark registration. Parry Field Lawyers provide legal advice on a range of commercial matters including protecting your intellectual property.

No offence! Ensuring your Trade Mark is not likely to Offend Māori and other Community Groups

What is a Search and Preliminary Advice Report? Do I Need One?

Could you be more specific? Working out your Trade Mark’s Specification

Broadening your Horizons? How to register your Trade Mark Internationally