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A unique logo has multiple objectives. It establishes your company, its identity. A logo creates a lasting impression of your company. A logo also gives solid brand recognition. Most importantly the logo should stand the test of time.
We understand that a logo, brand name and stationery is integral part of a business. A professionally designed and unique logo or symbol plays a big role in a company's image.
Our logo designs meet the needs of our customers in terms of quality, and delivery time. As experienced graphic designers, we are also specialized logo designers.
Flock Services has developed a high specialization in the field of trademark registration in India. We cover all the requirements and expectations of our global clients from our highly expertise trademark, patent and company lawyers and attorneys beginning from Trademark Search, Trademark Filing, Trademark oppositions, and Appeals, trademark registration, international trademark registration services and trademark enforcement services, which give complete customer satisfaction completely. We have a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals, who are expert in solving all types of issues related to trademark registration. Our policy is to enhance the customer satisfaction through providing high quality trademark registration services and query resolution system.
A trademark search is an analytical and comprehensive way of researching a name, logo or slogan for prior use. It is highly advisable to conduct a trademark search before filing an application for a trademark. A basic trademark search includes applications for trademarks in India and registered trademarks. This search is only for required and relevant information, but every possible effort has been made to ensure accurate results. The main purpose of a trademark search is to determine if someone has already trademarked your intended mark.
We are specialized to deliver patent registration, patent filing, international patent registration, and international patent filing services at affordable price to our global clients in India & across the globe. We have a team of highly qualified and experienced professional, who can assist you in providing quality patent registration services and query resolution system.
The Patent cooperation Treaty is an agreement for international cooperation in the field of the patents which provides easy and affordable procedure for filing patent applications. Mainly, It is a treaty for rationalization and cooperation with regard to the PCT filing procedure, searching and examination of patent applications and the dissemination of the technical information contained therein.
We provide specialized solutions for national and international patent filing to our clients, which suit the client's requirements and expectations completely. Our experienced professionals can help you in providing easy and affordable procedure for pct filing, which meet your needs completely.
Copyright Registration provides the creators of original works of authorship with a set of exclusive rights to copy, distribute, and perform their works for a limited period of time. Protected works include (but are not limited to) books, plays, music, movies, photographs, paintings, sculptures, digital files, and web pages these all are valuable creations worth protecting.
Although copyright in a work exists automatically when an original work is created, a certificate of copyright registration is evidence that your creation is protected by copyright and that you, the person registered, are the owner. It can be used in court as evidence of ownership.
Below are some of the works that can be protected under Copyright Act:-
√ Literary works
√ Artistic works
√ Musical works, including any accompanying words
√ Dramatic works, including any accompanying music
√ Pantomimes and choreographic works
√ Pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works
√ Motion pictures and other audiovisual works
√ Sound recordings
√ Architectural works
Benefits of Copyright Registration
Below are some of the benefits of registering your copyright works:-
■ Registering your copyright protected work provides evidence that you are the owner of your work.
■ Copyright Registration is generally required before you can pursue an infringement action against someone who used your work without authorization.
■ Copyright owner can take legal action against any person who infringes the copyrighted work. The copyright owner is entitled to remedies by way of injunctions, damages and accounts.
■ Registration helps preempt the defense of “innocent infringement” for infringers who claim they didn’t know the work was copyright protected.
Term of Copyright Protection
The term of copyright varies according to the nature of the work and whether the author is a natural person or a legal person, e.g. a Corporation, Government Institution, etc., or whether the work is anonymous or pseudonymous.
In the case of literary or musical works or artistic works, other than photographs, have a life span, which extends for the life of the author and 60 years from the end of the year in which the author dies. However, if the work has not been published, performed, or offered for sale or broadcast during the life of the author, the copyright protection shall continue for a period of 60 years from the end of the year in which any of these acts are done relating to the work.
Cinematograph films, photographs and computer programs are protected for 60 years from the end of the year in which the work is made available to the public with the consent of the owner of the copyright or published, or, failing such an event, for 60 years from the end of the year in which the work is made. Sound recordings are protected for 60 years from the end of the year in which the recording is first published.
For broadcasting, the term is 25 years from the beginning of the calendar year following the year, in which the broadcast was made.
In the case of anonymous or pseudonymous works, the copyright is for 60 years from the end of the year in which the work is made available to the public with the consent of the owner of the copyright or from the end of the year in which it is reasonable to presume that the author died, which ever term is shorter.