- Preparing a registration application
- Submitting it to Estonian Patent Office
- Forwarding the certificate to the customer
- Full TM search
- Government fee (to one field)
- The trademark registered in Estonia is the subject of legal protection throughout the European Union
- The application process takes on average up to a year
- Registrations are made on a first come first served basis
- A certificate is issued upon registration of the trademark
If needed, reply to refusal on absolute grounds or reply to one opposition starts from 500 EUR
Trademark registration (2)
Once Trademark is registered, the owner will have exclusive rights and no one else will be able to use the same mark.
In a specific field and in Estonia, in the European Union.
Trademark registration is one of the most powerful tools in how companies are able to protect themselves from unfair competition and avoid that someone else will use their brand for business purposes.
It is easier and cheaper to register your Trademark than to go to court and prove that someone has used your brand name if you haven’t registered the Trademark. So far there are already several EU Members States (Estonia, Germany, Spain, etc.) who are checking EUIPO’s existing trademarks before registering a company. This means that if you have registered a Trademark with your company name, no one else will be able to register a company with the same name unless you will grant them permission.
The following forms of identification are permissible:
- Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, and Belgian ID cards
- Estonian e-resident cards
- Estonian Smart ID
- Estonian and Lithuanian Mobile IDs
However, it should be noted that legal statuses are subject to change over time. Therefore, it is imperative to remain vigilant and keep abreast of any such developments.