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A trademark can be protected by national channels in practically any country of the world, whether or not it belongs to international agreements.

As a general rule the priority of a prior identical trademark presented within six months prior to the date of national application can be claimed.

The duration, object of protection and requisites are often quite different from one country to another.

The need for consular legalisation of documents is often one of the additional requisites.

If you wish we can give you full information about the protection of trademarks in any country that you would like to know about.

As part of our work we handle all the documents necessary in the appropriate language, the translations and legalisations required for obtaining the trademark rights.