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Overview

We help our clients protect their investments, increase their market share and strengthen their competitive advantage. We are true interactive partners with every client. We take an approach to today’s emerging issues in the development, protection and exploitation of intellectual-property assets. 

We are uniquely positioned with a full-service IP practice that is fully integrated with other practices, providing anti-trust guidance on transactions and competition disputes and unsurpassed appellate capabilities before the federal courts, the Supreme Court/High Court and international tribunals. Because today’s economy transcends national borders, we offer comprehensive assistance in key business centres around the world. 

This global capability encompasses a large team of IP practitioners, located throughout the United States, Europe and Asia, to help us meet our clients’ worldwide IP needs.

How to register Intellectual Property, Trademark?

Step 1

Provide us with your trademark description, a soft copy of the trademark in JPEG format, and your company business registration (or identity for personal registration). At this stage, we can provide a trademark pre-submission search, which provides access to records of existing marks, to identify any existing marks that may pose a conflict to a proposed mark. The records, which may be paper, microfilm or electronic, should be organized to allow for ease in discovering potential conflicting marks.

Step 2

We will fill in all required documents and the application form, and submit them to the local authority of the country where you want to register your trademark within 1-2 working days. After that, a search of the trademarks records will be conducted and we will wait for 6 months, to meet the requirements (in case the same or a similar trademark has already been registered or been applied for).

Step 3

Your trademark will be published in the country’s Official Gazette Notice, so anyone can view it. If no objections are issued, you will get a certificate of registration for your trademark within 4-7 months, depending on the country and type of trademark.

Fees

Jurisdiction Government fee Services fee Time frame
Hong Kong Hong Kong US$ 255 US$ 299 8 months View more
Singapore Singapore US$ 251 US$ 299 6 months View more
United Kingdom United Kingdom US$ 217 US$ 299 4 months View more
US - Delaware US - Delaware US$ 788 US$ 499 10 months View more
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands (BVI) US$ 200 US$ 299 12 months View more
Belize Belize US$ 350 US$ 399 12 months View more
Seychelles Seychelles US$ 600 US$ 499 10 months in average View more
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands US$ 244 US$ 299 12 months View more
For registration trademark in Cayman Islands must be renewed on January 1st of each year.
Anguilla Anguilla US$ 260 US$ 399 12 months View more
Gibraltar Gibraltar US$ 40 US$ 499 12 months View more
Panama Panama US$ 129 US$ 499 10 months in average View more
Switzerland Switzerland US$ 976 US$ 499 10 -12 months View more
Vanuatu Vanuatu US$ 250 US$ 499 12 months View more
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint Vincent - Grenadines US$ 335 US$ 499 15 months View more
Mauritius Mauritius US$ 300 US$ 499 10 months in average View more
Samoa Samoa US$ 263 US$ 499 10 -12 months View more
FAQs

FAQs

1. What is considered as a trademark under the trademark law of HKSAR ?

A trademark is a mark that is used to promote and identify the owner's goods or services and to enable the public to distinguish them from the goods or services of other traders. It may be a logo or device, name, signature, word, letter, numeral, smell, figurative elements or combination of colors and includes any combination of such signs and 3-dimensional shapes provided that it must be represented in a form which can be recorded and published, such as by way of drawing or description.

2. What are the benefits of registration of a trademark ?
Registration of a trademark will give the owner of a trademark the right to prevent third parties from using his mark, or a deceptively similar mark, without his consent for the goods or services for which it is registered or for similar goods or services. For unregistered trademarks, owners have to rely on common law for protection. It is more difficult to establish one's case under common law.
3. What trademark can be registered ?
  1. the name of a company, individual or firm represented in a special manner;
  2. the signature (except in Chinese characters) of the applicant;
  3. an invented word;
  4. a word that is not either descriptive of the goods or services for which the trademark is used or is not a geographical name or is not a surname; or 
  5. any other distinctive mark. 
4. Who can register trademark in Hong Kong ?
There is no restriction on the nationality or place of incorporation of the applicant
5. How long will my rights be protected?

The protection period of a trademark when registered will last for a period of 10 years and can be renewed indefinitely for successive periods of 10 years.

6. What information and documents are required for filing an application for a trademark?
  1. the name of the applicant
  2. the correspondence or registered address of the applicant
  3. a copy of Hong Kong Identity card or passport for individual applicant; a copy of business registration certificate or Certificate of Incorporation of the applicant;
  4. a softcopy of the proposed mark;
  5. desired class of registration or details of goods or services within those classes which are traded. 

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