Trade Mark Lawyers

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Australian trademark lawyers

You can find our office at 801, Level 8/100 William St, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011. We service clients Australia wide.

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Your intellectual property is one of your business’s most valuable assets. Have you protected it?

We understand that trade mark law can be confusing; you may have a common law trade mark, but do you have a registered trade mark?

A good trade mark application lawyer can help. Our aim is to make trademark advice and support accessible to all business owners. Our expert trade mark lawyers are here to help with:

  • Australia / NZ and international trade mark support
  • Trade mark applications, registration and advice
  • Trade mark oppositions
  • Trade mark letters of consent
  • Trade mark infringement and cease and desist

Get in touch for a no-obligation quote to find out how our simple, fixed-cost arrangements can help your business.

Why choose us?

Our goal is to protect you, your business, your assets and your ideas. We aim to make trade mark support more accessible by offering practical advice with a transparent fee structure that’s tailored to your unique business.

Our team consists of some of the best trademark lawyers in Australia and you can count on us for commercial legal services that are affordable, personable and reputable. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation quote.

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Trade mark videos

Trade marks explained in 2 minutes by Ian

A trade mark is a distinguishing mark used to differentiate similar goods and services from your competitors. It can be a business name, logo, tag-line, slap-line, by-line, derivative product, shape, type of packaging, scent or colour.

Why have a lawyer register your trade mark for you?

The problem with trade marking is that you have to get it right the first time.

It’s important to have registered trade marks for your business

The fundamental reason why you should register all your trade marks for your business immediately is that you can only sue for trade mark infringement if that trade mark is registered with IP Australia.

Contact our trademark lawyers today

For expert trademark advice and support, please get in touch with us today via phone or our contact form.