To protect your brand, you might be thinking about registering your trade mark. 

A trade mark registration can protect a brand name, logo, phrase or business name. It’s an easy way for consumers to identify your brand and helps your brand build a solid reputation. 

Registering a trade mark gives you exclusive right of use (in Australia, this protection is up to ten years). 

However, depending on where your customers are based, you may want to protect your trade mark internationally as well. Registering an overseas trade mark is a complex process, as the process and price varies depending on the country in which you wish to register the trade mark. 

If you’re considering registering an international trade mark, we’d recommend that you initially engage in an International Trade Mark Consultation with a lawyer who specialises in intellectual property. This will allow you to explore your options and raise any questions you might have about registering your trade mark overseas.

What’s Involved In An International Trade Mark Consultation? 

As part of our International Trade Mark Consultations, one of our lawyers who specialises in Intellectual Property will have a phone consultation with you to explain the process of registering a trade mark internationally. They will ensure you are equipped with the correct information to begin the process of registering your trademark. 

Our lawyers will also be able to provide you with a quote for registering the trade mark internationally, as the price varies depending on what country you wish to trade mark in.

Need Help?

Feel free to reach out to us at or on 1800 730 617 to organise an International Trade Mark Consultation with one of our senior lawyers.

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