DENMARK

Denmark trademark registration Both the Madrid Protocol and the Madrid Agreement are ratified by Denmark. Registration is required to acquire trademark protection. It can also be obtained by receiving enough public acknowledgement.

Requirements

It is necessary to submit a trademark application to the Patent Office. All you need is an unregistered power of attorney. If the applicant is foreign and their home country is a member of the WTO or the Paris Convention, they do not require a domestic registration.

Procedure

There is no search for previous trademarks throughout the application procedure; instead, there is a formal examination and an examination of distinctiveness. Before the trademark authority issues an office action or registers a trademark, it takes about six months. The trademark is released in the weekly “Dansk Varemerke Tidende” following registration. Two months after the registration’s publication date is the opposition period.

Duration

In Denmark, a trademark registration is effective from the registration date for a period of ten years. Ten-year renewal periods are available for the registration.

Denmark trademark registration Both the Madrid Protocol and the Madrid Agreement are ratified by Denmark. Registration is required to acquire trademark protection. It can also be obtained by receiving enough public acknowledgement.

Requirements

It is necessary to submit a trademark application to the Patent Office. All you need is an unregistered power of attorney. If the applicant is foreign and their home country is a member of the WTO or the Paris Convention, they do not require a domestic registration.

Procedure

There is no search for previous trademarks throughout the application procedure; instead, there is a formal examination and an examination of distinctiveness. Before the trademark authority issues an office action or registers a trademark, it takes about six months. The trademark is released in the weekly “Dansk Varemerke Tidende” following registration. Two months after the registration’s publication date is the opposition period.

Duration

In Denmark, a trademark registration is effective from the registration date for a period of ten years. Ten-year renewal periods are available for the registration.

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