Tag Archive: Trademark filing in Philippines.
Do I need to submit proof of use for all the goods/services items covered?
You could provide proof of use for part, at least of one item, of the goods/services in one Class, and then[…]Read full post
For a Philippine trademark filed with multiclass, how many DAUs do I need to submit?
Multiclass trademark with one application/registration number only needs to submit one DAU. But the fees[…]Read full post
What are the types of evidence which are acceptable in Philippines?
Labels of the mark as these are used; Downloaded pages from the website clearly showing that the goods are being sold or the services are being rendered in the Philippines;[…]Read full post
What are the required documents for submission of DAU?
Original signed and notarized DAU. You can authorize CTPLO to sign the DAU and notarize the same in Philippines;[…]Read full post
Will Philippines Intellectual Property Office issue an official notification to remind the submission of DAU?
No. There is no official notification from Phillippines IPO to remind the submission of DAU. The trademark applicants need to[…]Read full post
When should we submit the required DAU?
DAU is required in the whole process of trademark registration to ensure that mark is actually and continuously used in Philippines. Below is an introduction of when should the trademark applicant sub[…]Read full post
What is DAU? Do we have to submit DAU for a Philippine trademark?
DAU is short for “Declaration of Actual Use”. To maintain the registration of a Philippine trademark, the applicant must[…]Read full post
What is the validity period of a Philippine trademark? When can we file the renewal? And is there any grace period for filing the trademark renewal in Philippines?
A Philippine trademark will be valid for 10 years counted from the date of registration. The applicant can file[…]Read full post
When will the trademark registration certificate be issued in Philippines from filing the application?
In a straightforward case, the certificate can be issued[…]Read full post
What can I do if my Philippine trademark application is refused?
If it is a preliminary refusal in the form an Office Action (OA), you can reply to the OA on basis of the examiner’s opinion within 2 months. If it is[…]Read full post