Why do you need a Trademark Registration in Poland?
For getting trademark protection in Poland, you can go for trademark registration in Poland in two ways: You can request for registration in the whole of European Union by applying for one single application. You can do this via the European Union Trademark that offers trademark protection in about 28 member countries of the EU. Another option is to apply for register for your trademark directly in Poland
A trademark attorney will process a trademark registration in Poland by conducting the below-mentioned steps:
Step 1. Trademark’s Comprehensive Study:
Before filing for trademark registration in Poland, one must assess all probable challenges that could come in the way of the registration process. This Comprehensive Study of the trademark helps in making a list of all comparable trademarks (graphically or phonetically) that might conflict with the one selected by you.
Step 2. Request of Trademark Registration:
The next step is that an attorney files your trademark registration in Poland and fulfils all necessary steps in the Trademark Office for getting registration approval. After the trademark is filed, we send the filing report comprising of the application number, date, and a scanned copy of the complete application.
Step 3: Trademark Registration Certificate:
After approval of trademark application by the Trademark Office, the attorneys complete all mandatory steps and tasks to get the registration certificate in Poland. When the certificate is obtained, it is sent to your postal address with a registration report including all details such as the registration number, date and any other special consideration to be taken into account in Poland.