This article focuses on how one can file a trademark application in Israel 

Register a National Trademark in Israel

Application to Register a National Trademark in Israel

In order to register a national trademark in Israel, you must file an online application form to the Trademark Department at the Israeli Patent Authority. Our legal team speaks multiple languages, including Hebrew, English, Russian, Ukrainian, Romanian, and French and can assist with filing the application.  

The application requires you to upload a clear image of the mark, state if the mark is three dimensional, of a specific color, and for what goods or services the mark is intended. 

A few other issues addressed in the application relate to power of attorney and goods and services.  If you are utilizing power of attorney, you can also specify this information in the application. There is also a place for you to describe the goods and services of your corporation, both in Hebrew and English. Finally, you will have to pay fees, depending on the trademark type.

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Advocate Michael Decker specializes in assisting corporate clients with trademarks, and he would be happy to discuss your legal needs with you.

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