Ata Patent has assembled an experienced group of trademark attorneys in Turkey to help clients obtain, protect and enforce intellectual property rights including patents, trademarks, design patents, and utility models. We prepare our file diligently for trademark applications in Turkey fast and easily without rejection.
Ata Patent trademark attorneys have been providing advocacy and legal consultancy services regarding trademark application and registration and trademark cancellation, invalidity, and compensation cases with the experience and knowledge they have gained since 1996.
Our trademark services are; search, application, registration, assignment, renewals, refusals, and protection such as IP litigation, appeal, opposition, cancellation, infringement, monitoring, and IP licensing.
How to File Trademark Applications in Turkey?
Our Turkish trademark attorneys apply for trademark applications in Turkey and file registration, objection to a trademark application, trademark transfer, and name and address change in a trademark.
Ata Patent provides legal support in the registration of trademarks, patents, industrial designs, geographical indications, copyrights, trade secrets, computer software, and other values that may be subject to the intellectual or industrial property before the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office and the European Patent Office.
Trademark Registration Procedures
Our trademark attorney team follows trademark applications in Turkey from the beginning to the end. In order to apply, the applicant does not need to be a merchant or have a commercial enterprise.
Real persons can also apply for trademark registration in their own names. A single trademark application cannot be made for more than one trademark. A separate registration application is required for each trademark.
Trademark Registration Process;
- Filing application online
- Application is reviewed by TPTO
- Publication of the application
- Filing objections to the application,
- Examining the objections
- Issuance of registration of Trademark Certificate
- Rejection of the application
An application process may take about 6-12 months, if there are deficiencies they have been completed later. If an objection has been filed within the publication time the objection has been definitively rejected in order to record in the trademark registry. The applicant will be given a “Trademark Registration Certificate“.
The protection period provided by trademark registration is 10 years from the date of application. This period can be renewed in 10-year periods and unlimitedly, by applying for renewal starting from 6 months before the end of each 10 years.
If the renewal 6-month period is missed, the protection of the trademark registration can be extended by paying the penalty fee for the delayed extension application within 6 months following the 10-year protection period.
The trademark does not have to be in use in order to apply for trademark registration. However, if the trademark is not used in any 5-year period after registration, the cancellation of the trademark can occur by an IP court decision for cancellation.
We File Trademark Applications in Turkey Fast & For Less
Ata Patent offers our clients the full range of trademark application services in Turkey:
- Trademark registration in Turkey
- Trademark applications in Turkey
- Trademark appeals
- Trademark assignment
- Trademark opposition
- Trademark search
- Trademark renewals
- Trademark refusals in Turkey
- Civil litigation includes infringement and counterfeiting
- Turkish Patent & Trademark Office litigation
- Filing opposition and cancellation
Reach us for Trademark Applications in Turkey
Since its foundation in 1996, Ata Patent has been the choice of numerous clients throughout the World. At Ata Patent, we partner with our clients to grow their businesses by protecting their intellectual property with strategic planning, customized and scalable solutions, and cost-effective project management.
We prosecute and maintain patents and trademarks across various industries and in multiple countries, and litigate in IP courts and before TPTO.