31 Dec Registering your Trade Mark in New Zealand
Getting registered protection in New Zealand is actually very affordable, fast and effective way of protecting your intellectual property.
Today talking about registering trade marks in New Zealand.
If you are trading in New Zealand, you should heavily consider whether it’s appropriate to get a trade mark registered in New Zealand,
just like in other countries. The great thing about New Zealand is, even though it’s not far away,
unfortunately your registered protection here only relates to Australia.
Getting registered protection in New Zealand is actually very affordable, fast,
and effective way of protecting your intellectual property.
It’s much cheaper than for instance the US, Canada, UK, and other countries around the world.
New Zealand and Australia are very good with each other and their prices are actually even coming down further than what they already are,
which are very affordable. And examinations are coming back within four weeks.
So you’re actually getting these things through a lot faster.
So if you’re looking at trading in New Zealand, or you already are, then please feel free to come to us for a quote.
Contact us today if you require any assistance with handling your trade marks.
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Ian Aldridge is the Founder and Principal Lawyer Director at Progressive Legal. He has over 15 years experience in advising businesses in Australia and the UK. After practising in commercial litigation for 12 years in major Australian and International Law Firms, he decided to set up a NewLaw law firm in Australia and assist growing Australian businesses. Since then, he has advised over 2,500 small businesses over the past 6 years alone in relation to Intellectual Property Law, Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Workplace and Privacy Law. He has strived to build a law firm that takes a different approach to providing legal services. A truly client-focused law firm, Ian has built Progressive Legal that strives to deliver on predictable costs, excellent communication and care for his clients. As a legal pioneer, Ian has truly changed the way legal services are being provided in Australia, by building Legal Shield™, a legal subscription to obtain tailored legal documents and advice in a front-loaded retainer package, a world-first. He has a double degree in Law (Hons) and Economics (with a marketing major). He was admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW in 2005.