This question might be a bit strange. What does fire detection mean?
For protection reasons, all trademarks must be registered with the Patent Office. There are, of course, cases where even unregistered trademarks are protected to some extent, but in general, it is necessary to register the designated trademark to take full advantage of this protection.
Many people think the work is completed after registration. But this is a bad conclusion.
Instead there are a number of things you need to do regularly to keep your defenses active and avoid disruption. After all, the idea of brand protection is to exercise this right when necessary.
What should you do here? Remember two main things:
- Do a trademark review regularly. March? Although trademark research is primarily known as an activity that helps determine registration options, it is also important for the period after registration. This is because you can regularly search for new or identical brands. This allows you to protest against these new comparable brands in a timely manner, which can cause confusion for consumers.
- Manage your brand information correctly. It sounds like a basic recommendation, but it is important for fire protection. The reason is that all trademarks are registered only for a limited period. In most cases 10 years. After that, the protection must be extended for another 10 years. If you get lost, you will lose your registration. In addition, it is necessary to follow many of the patent’s rules of procedure and be aware of how a trademark is used and whether there are licenses. This requires good database management to help you accomplish this task easily.
Basically, we need more than a simple registration action to protect a trademark. You need to be active for fire protection to be functional and active.