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Online trade mark registration in Republic of Ireland - if you set up a company in the Republic of Ireland and don't register your trademark, someone can swipe your products or services right from under your feet and there would be precious little you could do about it. You could spend years in court - and a small fortune - trying to prove your trademark is yours alone, but with no documentation from the Irish Patents Office, it's highly unlikely you would get very far.
Therefore, registration of a trademark in the Republic of Ireland is one of the most basic things a company can do to protect itself, because if you don't do it, someone else might register it for themselves. Here at Coddan, we're specialists in trademark registration in the Republic of Ireland, and we recommend to all our clients setting up there to register without delay.
|Register a Trade Mark in Republic of Ireland|
Trademark registration in Republic of Ireland achieved by lodging a formal application with the Republic of Ireland Patent & Trademark Office. With this Republic of Ireland registering trademark package we will provide the following services: search existing registered trademarks with trademark office; filing a Republic of Ireland trademark application for one class of goods or services; the opportunity to register a trademark or logo in additional classes; the certificate of trademark registration will be send by post.
Intense competition in every industry now means that brands are constantly under threat, and not having them protected by registering a trademark -a logo, slogan or other materials, as well as designs and patents - is a fundamental flaw that could see them damaged, causing financial losses to the firm and reputational harm. That's why it's so important to register a trademark in the Republic of Ireland straight away. Then if a rival firm tries to copy what you're doing, you'll have full legal protection and be able to take action against them that will more than likely succeed.
Another important consideration with trademark registration in the Republic of Ireland is confidence among current and possible future investors, who certainly will not be keen on investing in a limited company whose intellectual assets are not protected because it puts the entire operation at risk. The same is true for any partnerships or mergers, as well as a sale of the company in the years ahead. We can handle your trademark registration in the Republic of Ireland quickly, easily and at low cost. Just use our online trademark registration service and we'll do the rest. Contact us now for a free consultation and get your trademark - and your private company - fully protected.
The fiercely competitive trading environment in the Republic of Ireland means that every company needs to have maximum legal protection so they can effectively take action if a rival tries to harm them. It starts with registering a trademark so that a firm's intellectual property is secured.
Here at Coddan, you can register a trademark in the Republic of Ireland with the minimum of fuss and at low cost, ensuring you're properly protected from any potential infringements on your products or services. Our online trademark registration form means you can quickly and easily provide us with your details and we'll then get the process under way with the Irish Patents Office.
Your trademark may be your company's logo or slogan and it can also include other elements that are unique to you, including product designs and patents. We'll begin by carrying out a search of companies registered in the Republic of Ireland to see if anything similar to your trademark is already in use, and we'll then need to show that your trademark can only be identifiable with your company.
If someone tries to copy your company's products or services following registration of a trade mark in the Republic of Ireland, you'll be able to sue them in court and you'll most likely succeed. Not having this essential legal protection means anyone could claim your trademark by registering it themselves and then start producing products or services similar to yours, a prospect that could be financially devastating for your company.