What is the Cost of Registering a Trademark with an Intellectual Property Attorney in the EU?

Registering a trademark is one of the most important steps in protecting it. A trademark is a sign or symbol that distinguishes your goods and services from those of your competitors, and it can be a valuable asset for your business. But if you want to register a trademark in the EU, you’ll need to work with a lawyer specializing in intellectual property. This article explains the cost of registering a European trademark when you seek the assistance of an IP lawyer or attorney.



The first step in the process of registering a trademark with a lawyer or intellectual property attorney in the EU is to determine whether your trademark is eligible for registration. Under EU law, a trademark must be capable of distinguishing the goods or services of its owner from those of other companies. The mark must also be eligible for registration under the EU Trademark Directive. If your trademark meets these criteria, you will then be able to proceed to the next step.


The next step is to determine the cost of registering a trademark with a lawyer or an intellectual property attorney. The cost of registration varies, depending on the complexity of the mark and the country in which it is registered. In general, the cost of registration includes the filing fee, the attorney or attorney’s fee and any additional costs such as search fees and publication fees.


Once the cost of registration has been determined, you will then need to file an application with the appropriate intellectual property office. This application must include all the necessary information about your trademark, which is the subject of the registration, such as the name, class, description and any other relevant details. The intellectual property office will then review the application and determine whether the mark is eligible for registration. If the mark is approved, you will then be required to pay the registration fee. These fees are usually paid to the European Union Intellectual Property Office, but can also be paid directly to your lawyer or attorney.


After payment of the fee, the trademark is officially registered and you will receive a registration certificate.



The cost of registering a European trademark with a lawyer or an intellectual property attorney is an important consideration. Although the cost of registration may vary depending on the complexity of the trademark and the countries in which it is registered, it remains a necessary investment in the protection of your intangible assets.




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