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Trade Mark Registration - Flat fee filing service

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Trade Mark Filing Package
per class per application / plus GST and official IP Australia fees

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Trade Mark Filing Package

Trade Mark Filing Package

Great Trade Marks create emotion - Emotion drives the buying decision

Trade marks act as a badge of origin for your services and allow you to stand out from your competition.

A successful trade mark creates emotion because emotion drives the buying decision. This is why experienced brand owners strive to generate a strong emotional attachment to brands. A great trade mark has the power to change a desire into a burning need. The consumer has no choice but to buy. 

Trade mark registration is the best form of brand protection. Trade marks add value to your business and are assets business buyers look towards when acquiring businesses. Trade mark registrations increase the resale value of businesses.

Most importantly a trade mark registration allows you to easily enforce your rights against those that are trying to trade on the good reputaiton you have established in your brand. 

We file trade mark applications for a flat fee and do not charge to send clear reports.

Secure your trade mark and brand today. 

IP Australia Filing Fees

Official fees charged by IP Australia apply to the filing of trade mark applications. Goods and services are classified into 45 different classes for the purposes of trade mark registration and fees and charges are payable on a per class appliction.

The fees payable depend on the number of classes included in the application, type of trade mark filing and the manner in which the trade mark application is filed. There is no longer a separate trade mark application fee and trade mark registration fee charged by IP Australia.

If your Australian trade mark application is granted it will be registered for 10 years (unless removed earlier) without any further payment to IP Australia. At the 10 year date (or in the renewal period prior to expiry) the trade mark can be renewed for a further period of 10 years with payment of the renewal fee. 

IP Australia charges the following fees for standard filings, filing by other means and renewals. Full list of trade mark fees charged by IP Australia.


Applying for a trade mark using the standard filing service:

Trade mark application - with picklist: $250 per class

Trade mark application - without picklist: $400 per class

Series trade mark application -with picklist: $400 per class

Series trade mark application - without picklist: $550 per class

The pick list is list of goods and services classified into the 45 different classes that can be selected on application.

Applying for a trade mark by other means

Trade mark application: $450 per class

Series trade mark application: $600 per class


Renewing a trade mark

Trade mark renewal - single class: $400 (online services) or $450 by other means

Trade mark renewal - additional class: $400 (online services) or $450 by other means

If the renewal is requested within six months after the expiry date: $100 for each month, or part of a month, after the expiry date (online services) or $100 for each month, or part of a month, after the expiry date (by other means)

Why choose EAGLEGATE Lawyers?

Our Principal is a registered Australian trade marks attorney and has represented some of the biggest Australian household names for over 15 years.

We have a very high success rate obtaining trade mark rights for our clients, represent clients in a broad range of industries and love helping clients protect their brand rights.

We keep our clients informed of all steps in the trade mark registration process and delivery in non-nonsense jargon free advice.

Our lawyers have assisted Majans (Bhuja), Discount Drug Stores, JBS, Billabong, Aldi and CocoDust in their trade mark matters.

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Trade Mark Application Process

1. Application

The application filing phase of a trade mark application is one of the most critical phases. This is a short list of just some of the steps that must be done correctly to obtain a valid and enforceable trademar

  • For the purposes of trade mark registration, goods and services are classified into 45 classes. It is important that you file the trade mark in the correct class.
  • You must file the trademark in the correct name or it may be invalid.
  • You need to file for the correct goods and services. If you do not do so, you might not be able to enforce your trade mark rights.
2. Examination

Next, the application will be examined by IP Australia: this is the start of a conversation with IP Australia

  • if an examination report is issued by IP Australia, we can respond to the examination report explaining why the trade mark should be accepted for registration. This is why it is vital to know the trademark cases that have been handed down by the Courts.
  • We can respond to the examination reports by arguing a point, by providing evidence of use, consent to use letters and other legal techniques.
  • We can appear any any hearing on the matter and appeal decisions to the Federal Court.
3. Trade mark Opposition

Once the application is accepted by IP Australia, it will be advertised for opposition purposes. Any trader can oppose acceptance of the mark during the opposition period

  • We can assist in defending a trade mark opposition proceeding including appearing at hearings
  • We are experienced in filing Notices of Intention to Oppose, Statements of Grounds and Particulars, evidence in opposition proceedings and arguing cases
  • Once a decision is handed down we can assist in appealing the decision to the Federal Court or defending an appeal
  • If you want to oppose a trade mark – you must move quickly