Expediting Trademark Registration in Israel
This article addresses the process of expediting trademark registration in Israel
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Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh law offices focus on a number of legal fields, including intellectual property and trademarks. All issues related to trademarks fall under the Israel Patent Office, which is under the Ministry of Justice. In order to provide resources on frequently asked questions, we have put together a short series of articles on trademarks. This includes how to register a trademark in Israel, how to register an international trademark in Israel, and more.
Regarding Expediting Trademark Registration in Israel
If you wish to expedite trademark registration in Israel, you may do so only if there are special reasons to justify the expedited process. For example, if investment in a financial venture is dependent on whether you have that trademark, then you can request the expedited process. Another situation in which the expedited process may be requested is if you are engaging in a business venture in another country which requires trademark registration in the business’s country of origin. A third example justifying an expedited trademark registration process in Israel is if you can prove that a competitor is trying to use the trademark you wish to register. (Related to this third example, see our article entitled “Exclusive Registration of a Trademark in Israel.”)
In order to apply for the expedited process, an affidavit must be signed in the presence of a lawyer proving the reasons to expedite trademark registration in Israel and requesting an on-site examination. Additionally, the relevant fees to expedite trademark registration in Israel must be paid. If the expedited process is approved, the application will likely be processed within a few days of receiving the applicant’s request for an on-site examination.
If you have any questions about expediting trademark registration in Israel or anything else related to trademarks in Israel, please contact us.
Advocate Tal Ofir specializes in assisting clients with issues related to trademarks, and he would be happy to help you.
At Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh law group we decided to found Decker & Ofir, a boutique law firm that specializes in intellectual property law. We believe in providing our clients and the public full access to the vast knowledge our lawyers have acquired through the years. This is why we started this IP article archive. It addresses every-day issues that arise from handling IP matters. In our site, you can find a selection of articles that answer simple questions, as well as more complex litigation matters like interference proceeding.