Trademark Registration Russia

We will process your trademark registration in Russia. The price includes our lawyer’s fees as well as all official fees for the registration and implementation of the trademark without opposition.

EUR 1,650.00
SKU
968
More Information
Flat fee incl. official feesYes
Fee additional classEUR 300.00
Classes included1
Multiple classes possibleyes
Protection Period (years)10
International Registration possibleYes
Power of Attorney must be notarizedNo
Legal AdviceYes
Process Duration (est. in months)12
Application date
  
EUR 1,650.00

Trademark Registration in Russia

With this assignment you can order a trademark registration in Russia. We will take care of everything that is necessary for the professional preparation of the trademark registration in Russia, submission of the trademark application in Russia and send the trademark certificate to you.

The price for trademark registration in Russia includes our professional fees as well as the official trademark office fees for the trademark registration in Russia without opposition.

The trademark registration order for Russia includes the following tasks:

First, we check whether the trademark being registered is entitled to protection in Russia (absolute grounds of refusal). Not all trademarks can be registered as trademarks. For instance, merely descriptive terms for the respective goods and services may not be registered as a trademark.

To avoid collisions between your trademark registration in Russia and older trademarks we recommend to conduct a trademark search in Russia which must be ordered separately.

We will e-mail you the prepared trademark registration documents for Russia for your approval and file it then.

Once the trademark was registered in Russia we send you the certificate.

 

Country specific trademark law

I. Application Procedure

  • processing time from first filing to registration is about 12 months, provided that no objections are raised
  • application process includes a formal examination and an examination of distinctiveness
  • order of process is: examination, publication, registration

II. Classification

  • Nice Classification
  • multi-class applications allowed

III. Opposition

  • Russian law contains no provisions governing formal opposition against pending applications.
    However, Rospatent publishes the details of trademark applications; after publication but prior to making a decision on trademark registration, any person is entitled to file with Rospatent written objections specifying the reasons for rejection of the Registration (according to p. 1 of Article 1493 of the Civil Code); the aforesaid objections are then taken into account during the examination of the application (the objections are to be based on Articles 1477 and 1483 of the Civil Code). The opposition procedure is not a substitute for, but supplements, the examination of the trademark application, which is conducted by Rospatent.

IV. Use requirements

  • trademark may be subject to cancellation if not properly used for 3 consecutive years

V. Duration Period

  • 10 years from date of application

VI. Renewal

  • renewable for periods of 10 years
  • grace period: 6 months from the expiration date of the mark
  • additional fees to be paid for renewal between the beginning of the 1rd and the end of the 6th month from the expiration of the mark

Ask us! We will gladly advise you.

Jens Liesegang
Attorney-at-Law, Certified IP Lawyer

Normen Lang
Attorney-at-Law, Certified IP Lawyer and Certified lawyer for Information Technology Law

Service overview regarding trademark registration

Legal advice by specialist attorneys by telephone, email or video on the planned trademark application

Examination of the trademark for registrability (absolute grounds for refusal such as the need to keep the trademark free due to descriptive indications, lack of distinctiveness)

Optional: Trademark search for similar trademarks and related advice

Preparation of the list of goods and services for optimal protection

Filing of the application and sending of the confirmation of the application

Correspondence with the Trademark Office, if necessary adjustment of the list of goods and forwarding of objections without further costs. Opposition proceedings and comments on refusals only against separate remuneration.

Examination and sending of the trademark certificate   

optional: trademark monitoring due to conflicting trademark applications

Testimonials From Our Clients 

John M., CEO of TechInnovate

"Liesegang & Partner made the process of registering our EU trademark seamless and stress-free. Their expert guidance and comprehensive services ensured that our brand is now protected across all EU member states. We couldn't have asked for a better partner in this critical business endeavor."

Sarah L., Founder of EcoFashion

"From the initial consultation to the final registration, Liesegang & Partner provided exceptional service. Their thorough trademark search and efficient application process gave us confidence that our brand was in good hands. Thanks to their expertise, we now have robust legal protection for our business in the EU."

Michael K., Managing Director of Global Foods Inc.

"The team at Liesegang & Partner exceeded our expectations with their professionalism and attention to detail. They guided us through every step of the EU trademark registration process, ensuring that all our concerns were addressed. We highly recommend their services to any business looking to protect their intellectual property."

Emma T., Owner of Luxe Interiors

"Liesegang & Partner's knowledge and expertise in EU trademark law are unparalleled. They made the complex process of trademark registration simple and straightforward, allowing us to focus on growing our business. Their dedication to client satisfaction is truly commendable."

Carlos V., COO of HealthTech Solutions

"We are extremely satisfied with the trademark registration services provided by Liesegang & Partner. Their proactive approach and clear communication made the entire process smooth and efficient. Our trademark is now registered, giving us peace of mind and legal security across the EU."

What is a trademark?

A trademark is for your brand name or logo which identifies your product or services. It can be a word, letter, number, phrase, symbol, shape or combination thereof. A unique brand name or logo is used to differentiate your product/service as distinct from others in the industry. To secure legal protection for your brand name or logo you need to get it registered.

What trademarks are NOT registerable?

Any trademark, which is identical or deceptively similar to an existing registered trademark or trademark for which application for registration has been made, cannot be registered. Also trademark that would likely cause deception or confusion or is offensive may not be registered. Geographical names, common names, common trade words and common abbreviation can also not be registered as a trademark.

What does a trademark application cost in other countries?

We have prepared a cost overview of the costs of trademark registration in all countries. In it, you will find a table listing all the costs for filing a trademark application. The costs include all attorney fees and the costs of the trademark offices.

What are the benefits of a trademark registration?

Although unregistered trademarks receive some protection in different countries, trademarks can be further protected through registration. A trademark registration provides additional substantive and procedural rights. In this article you can find more details about the benefits of a trademark registration.

When can I use symbol (R) or TM?

Symbol “TM” can be used after filing of trademark application. (R) should be used only after registration of trademark. The ® symbol may only be used in connection with the goods and services listed on the registration certificate.

How do I find and register a trademark?

We have summarized in an article how to proceed strategically to develop and protect a meaningful trademark in our article Strategy for Trademark Finding.

 

 

 

 

What are Nice Classes?

Trademarks need to be protected for specific goods or services. Here you can learn more about the Nice Classification and for which goods your trademark should be registered.

What is trademark infringement?

Trademark infringement is the unauthorized use of a trademark or service mark on or in connection with goods and/or services in a manner that is likely to cause confusion, deception, or mistake about the source of the goods and/or services.

Will my trademark registration be valid for all types of services and goods?

Trademarks are registered for specific goods or services. Therefore they are only valid for these specific goods. The classes, to which these goods or services belong, are only relevant for the calculation of fees and to narrow searches for similar trademarks. A trademark can also be infringed if an identical or similar sign is used for similar goods or services. Goods or services are similar if they are complimentary or serve the same purpose, are usually produced or offered by the same undertakings and distributed in the same channels.

Should I conduct a trademark search before filing for an application?

Yes, it is advisable to conduct a trademark search before filing an application for registration. Before making an application for registration it is reasonable to review trademarks that are already registered, just to make sure that the proposed trademark is not denied due to similarity with other trademarks. It will save you both time and money. You can order a professional trademark search here.

How do I register a trademark?

In our article "How do I register a trademark?" we explain the steps involved in a trademark application and the best way to proceed.

What is the difference between a word mark and a word/figurative mark?

There are different types of trademarks. The most important ones are the word mark and the word/figurative mark. In our article What's the difference between a word mark and a word/figurative mark, we explain the differences and which type will give you the most trademark protection.

 

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