What is a Trademark?
- It is a sign.
- It enables the goods or services of an enterprise to be distinguished from the goods or services of other enterprises.
- It should be demonstratable in the registry so that the subject of the protection provided to the trademark owner is clearly and precisely understood.
What Can be Trademarked?
- All words, including names of people,
- Shapes of goods and packaging,
- Position marks,
- Colors and color combinations,
- Motion marks.
What Should Be Considered When Creating a Trademark?
- Your trademark should be distinctive.
- It should not include terms used by everyone in the commercial field.
- It should not be misleading in matters such as the quality, quality, geographical source of the goods and services.
- It should not contain religious values and symbols.
- It should not be against public order and morality.
- It should not contain the form necessary to obtain the shape or technical result that is the nature of the product.
- It should not be a historical and cultural sign of public interest.
- The right class should be determined, and possible obstacles to the registration of your trademark should be determined before making an application by conducting a similar trademark search.