If your company is based in the US where you already have your brand trademarked, how do you go about registering your trademark in Australia?
You could use your existing US attorney, who will then approach an Australian attorney to act on your behalf and they will guide your US attorneys through the precise procedures and procedural requirements (as defined by Australian Trade Mark Act 1995 and Australian Trade Mark Regulations 1995) in order to register your trademarks.
However, there is a better way! You can contact MacMillan Trademarks direct. We currently act for hundreds of brand owners in the US and from all parts of the globe directly, providing efficiency and expertise in this process.
All our correspondence is electronic and once engaged a direct attorney client relationship is created so all of our communications are confidential (covered by client attorney privilege).
Our director in charge of trademarks in a pre-imminent attorney and a practicing fellow of IPTA (Australian Institute of Patent and trademark Attorney, the most respected professional body in our jurisdiction), member of the International Trademark Association (INTA) and Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand (IPSANZ).
We provide the certainty of fixed fees for the registration of trademarks in Australia and our fees are payable at each stage of the process and we can quote in USD.
To learn more about the differences in our Australian trademark process compared to US trademarks, see our article here.
We are always available for any questions you have and we can act as your single point of contact for all of your trademark and intellectual property needs in Australia (we also act in New Zealand).
Contact us today to discover our expertise, you can trust.