The Challenge: U.S. and international trademark and copyright registration
With our client’s multinational heritage, it is natural that the company needed to register trademarks in the U.S. and elsewhere throughout the world. As a startup seeking investors, it was especially important to secure registrations in key countries.
The Solution: Seamless execution of broad filing program
AEON Law has a dedicated International IP Manager who knows procedures for important jurisdictions around the world and works with our established network of IP attorneys. Lining up documents like powers of attorney is crucial to expediting the filing process, which often must be completed on a limited timeline. Our attorneys also are fluent or conversant in several languages, including Mandarin and Cantonese, allowing us to communicate seamlessly with our associates around the world.
AEON Law helped this client to plan its U.S. and international filing strategy for trademark and copyright registration. When a trademark application was refused in a country where our IP Manager frequently coordinates with our international network, we were able to understand the nuances of the refusal, pinpoint the issue, and ultimately overcome the refusal and secure registration.
The Outcome: Credibility with collaborators and investors
As a startup, our client is constantly building relationships with authors, distributors, influencers, investors, and more. The portfolio of trademark and copyright protection we helped the client secure is an important asset to establish credibility with investors and potential collaborators and help the client protect its brand as it grows.