The trademark registration procedure can take many months, and applicants must verify that their brand fulfills all of the essential standards.
A trademark, for example, must be different and not be confusingly similar to any existing trademark.
It also must not be offensive or violate public morality.
After registering a trademark, the owner has the exclusive right to use it in connection with the products and services it is registered for. This implies that no one else may use the trademark without the owner’s consent.
Businesses should register their trademarks to safeguard their brand and reputation in the market. It also helps to avoid customer misunderstanding and guarantees that firms can identify themselves from their competitors.
We hope this blog has helped you understand the importance of trademarking and the process of registering a trademark in the UAE. If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us Leader Consulting by calling our expert: Ismael Alkhezani (+971 50 509 0097) or Contact us for more information.