Trademark Registration in China

Deliverables

  • Filing within 2 working days
  • One trademark registration application
  • Full attorney support

OPTIONAL EXTRAS

£19.00

PRICE excl. VAT

£450.00

Do I need to register a trademark in China?

For any business owner seeking to operate and sell their goods in China, registering a trademark in China as soon as possible is very important . China is a "first-to-file" jurisdiction, meaning that whoever registers a mark first is its rightful owner. An implication of this rule is that anyone can file a trademark, regardless of their true ownership of it, which leads to a phenomenon of "trademark squatting", where actors register marks in bad faith, preventing rightful owners from enjoying their rights. For all foreign (and domestic) clients, our first advice is to register a trademark as early as possible to prevent future legal battles and ensure smooth business operation.

Scope of Work:

This service includes complete review and handling of your submitted materials. The experienced attorney will guide you and complete registration of one trademark in one class (with up to 10 goods) on which the mark is to be used.

 

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Who are in your project team?

  • Jane

    Laywer
    10 to 20 years experience

    China

    Language Skills

    English

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FAQ

Once your trademark is filed with the China Trademark Office, the office will issue a receipt of the application within 1-3 months. The mark will then undergo an examination to determine its eligibility for registration, which usually takes approximately 9 months. If the office finds no grounds for absolute refusal, the mark is then published in the weekly gazette and the general public may file an opposition. This period lasts for 3 months, after which, if no opposition is filed, the mark is registered. 

 

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