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Trade Marks

Let us take the uncertainty out of
registering your Australian trade mark.

How It Works

The first step is your free consultation. Take a few minutes to tell us about the brand or logo you'd like to trademark. Then we can talk about any specific questions or issues.

Provide Details (5 minutes)

The first step is your free consultation. Take a few minutes to tell us about the brand or logo you’d like to trademark. Then we can talk about any specific questions or issues.
Engage us to do a custom search on your behalf, and we'll carefully check for any competing trade marks. Then we'll advise you about how best to proceed, and provide a quote.

Trade Mark Search (< 2 Days)

Engage us to do a custom search on your behalf, and we’ll carefully check for any competing trade marks. Then we’ll advise you about how best to proceed, and provide a quote.
We'll complete the necessary legal work, prepare your application to register a trade mark, and file it through our IT portal with the Australian Trade Marks Office.

Application (2 Days)

We’ll complete the necessary legal work, prepare your application to register a trade mark, and file it through our IT portal with the Australian Trade Marks Office.

Why Choose Acorn?

Because we specialise in providing expert trade mark advice to
small and medium sized Australian businesses – like yours.
We’re Easy To Deal With
Free Consultation
Fast, Friendly Help
Service Australia-Wide
We Offer Sensible Prices
Fixed Fees
Competitive Prices
No Hidden Costs
We’re Responsive To Your Needs
Specialists in TM Advice
Personalised Approach
Custom Solutions

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Why register a trade mark?

Avoid infringement and lawsuits

In early days, small business owners are usually very busy working on sales. There isn’t much time to thoroughly check for conflicting brands, especially in faraway places or related fields. But a good search by a professional attorney, followed by a registered trade mark, will protect you from a lawsuit when you can least afford it.

Stop copycats and counterfeits

When you register a trade mark, you get certain rights under the Trade Marks Act 1995. For example, you gain exclusive use of your trade mark in Australia for your specified goods and services. You also gain the right to assistance from Customs (Australian Border Force) against imports of counterfeits from overseas.

Secure your business’s growth

When it’s time to expand your business or sell it, lenders and buyers will insist on ‘due diligence’ to confirm all is in order. Having registered your trade marks will make this go more smoothly. Remember, a trade mark takes at least 7.5 months from filing to grant. You don’t want that sort of delay when seeking finance or a sale.

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