TRADE MARK

A trade Mark provides protection to the owner of the mark by ensuring the exclusive right to use it or to authorize another to use it or to authorize another to use the same in return for payment. The period of protection varies, but a trade mark can be renewed indefinitely beyond the time limit on payment of additional fees. Trade mark protection is enforced by the courts, which in most systems have authority to block trade mark infringement


Under the Indian trademark law the following are the types of trademarks:-


A.Product trademarks
Product trademarks are those that are affixed to identify goods. It can be brand name, the label, the logo which is affixed on the product to make it distinct, the product name etc,


B.Service trademarks
Service trademarks are used to identify the services of an entity, such as the trademark for a broadcasting service, retails outlet, consulting, it consulting company etc.


C.Collective trademarks
Collective trademarks are registered in the name of groups, associations or other organizations for the use of members of the group in their commercial activities.


Registration of Trademark:

A trademark is a sign or combination of signs that distinguishes goods or services of one entity from others, In India we follow a first to file rule and to claim the priority generally no proof is required, In India a trademark application can be filed for a mark to be used or for an intention to use the trademark. The term 'use' has been used in the Trade Marks Act, 1999 in broader sense, the physical presence or circulation is not necessary, in fact publication on internet or in international journals constitute use. An application for trademark can be filed in prescribed form TM-1 along with government fee, at present the filing fee is Rs.4000/- per application.Our professional fee for filing of trademark is Rs.2500/- Only for all India filing

Copyright Registration Service

Copyright is a form of protection provided to the creators of "original works of authorship," including literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works. Copyright subsists in original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works, cinematographic films and sound recordings. In accord with international norms and the Berne Convention, it is not necessary to register a copyright; protection is vested with the original creator as soon as the work has been created and has been recorded in a material form. India is facing a serious problem of piracy, the situation is alarming as the Indian movie, music and IT industries are losing millions of rupees every year despite of taking many initiatives. With the advent of technology the Internet piracy is causing the real damage using the latest technologies like P2P sharing has further aggravated this problem.The rights holder need to adopt a comprehensive strategy to protect the copy right in their works. Apart from many options the following three steps is an essential thing to do

Under the Indian copyright law four kinds of work can be protected

1. Original Literary Work
2. Original Drametic Work
3. Original Musical Work
4. Original Artistic work

The registration of copyright is recommended as it helps in protection against infringement, the process of registration is outlined in a separate tab above. We at KPS is a specialist in the copyright registration and we adopt a transparent method of pricing which is fixed and certain and same to all our customers. We do not have any discount policy. we have helped 4000+ companies of all size and sector.