What are the steps involved in registering a trademark?
Registering a trademark in Australia involves: 1) Conducting a search on the Australian Trade Marks Online Search System (ATMOSS) to ensure uniqueness. 2) Determining the appropriate class for your goods/services. 3) Filing an application with the Australian Trade Marks Office. 4) Undergoing an examination for potential conflicts or issues. 5) If accepted, the trademark is published for opposition purposes. 6) If unopposed, the trademark is registered after paying the registration fee. Regular consultations with our IP specialists can streamline the process and enhance success rates.
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