Trademark Registration in Poland

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Trademark Search in Poland

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Carry out a pre registration trademark search before the trademark office of Poland to determine the chances of registering your trademark in Poland before filing the trademark application. Receive an expert's advice!

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Trademark Registration in Poland

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Register your trademark in Poland. Use our online form to place your order and have a local attorney file a trademark application in Poland. Protecting your trademark starts here!

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$1,200
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Trademark Fees in Poland

Search prices First class $100.00 - Each additional class $80.00

The price is for wordmarks only. If the trademark includes a figurative element (logo), an additional fee of 30 USD per class will apply.

Application prices First class $1,200.00 - Each additional class $120.00

The price for the "First Class" includes 3 classes. The price for "additional class" applies starting with the 4th class.

Once the trademark is accepted, a final fee for registration will be due: First class $700 - Each additional class $480

Why and How to Register a Trademark in Poland

In Poland, trademark registration is mandatory to be granted rights over a trademark, as it is a "first to file" jurisdiction. Only in some exceptional cases can an unregistered trademark be protected. The trademark applications must be filed with the Intellectual Property Office of Poland (UPRP).

Poland is also a member of the European Union, therefore European Union Trademarks (EUTM) are protected in this jurisdiction. It is also a member state to the Madrid Protocol. Thus, the extension of an international registration of a trademark via the Madrid System is possible for this country. For further information regarding our services for trademark filing through the Madrid System click here.

If you register a combined trademark (which includes both word elements and figurative elements) in Poland, the exclusive right to use the trademark is limited to a use of the trademark in the exact configuration or way in which it was filed and registered. If you wish to use the word element of your trademark separately from the logo (or vice versa), it is recommended you register for another trademark including only the word or figurative elements you wish to use and protect separately.

Nevertheless, if a third party eventually intends to register or use a trademark for similar goods or services that includes a primary or distinct part or portion of your trademark, you will have the right to submit observations to the trademarks office pointing out the existence of grounds for objection to the trademark application. These are not official opposition actions.

Additionally, if a third party feels a trademark is in conflict with theirs, they may present revocation actions after the trademark has registered.

It is not necessary for a trademark to be in use in Poland in order for it to register. However, it must not go unused for periods of more than five (5) years or it will become vulnerable to cancelation actions for lack of use.

In Poland, registered trademarks have a validity of ten (10) years from the application date. They can then be renewed indefinitely for successive periods of ten years. The trademark renewal may be requested within the twelve (12) months preceding the expiration date, or during the grace period of six months following it, upon payment of late renewal fees. 

 

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