You get what you pay for. Can your Intellectual Property applications be filed in a better way?
Experience counts in compiling patent applications and trademark applications for maximum enforcement prospects.
Experience counts also in overcoming adverse reports issued by the Patent and Trademark Office.
You could find, after 8-18 months of waiting, that all your invested money has been wasted, and you are in an expensive conflict.
You could burn years if repeated filings are needed, and you will never know if it was legally correct or if you missed some vital legal detail, until the matter goes to Court, or a Barrister representing the other side finds your lodgement issue.
You could also find during enforcement that there are flaws in the content that prevent your Barrister to argue the case, and you lose compensation.
You could find you didn’t know what compliance or detail is required for patent, trademark and design applications. This could be fatal, allowing any Third Party to find and point out the flaw to the Registrar, IP Australia, who may then remove or cancel your intellectual property on the Register.
Businesses often also refer to Patent and Trademark Attorneys as Patent and Trademark Lawyers. Attorneys have been accredited with a specialised legal degree comprehensive in trademark (and no other) law.