Manish M Bhagnari is a Trademark Attorney in India, based in Mumbai (Bombay), with practice focusing on providing representation for clients from India and abroad. Being exclusively practicing in Trademarks, he assists clients with the process Trademark Attorney in Indiaof registering trademarks, as well as maintaining, and protecting their valuable rights in them. He also provides legal advice, consultation, and expertise, for all other kinds of matters incidental to trademarks in India.

The legal assistance and guidance is available to all kinds of brand owners, such as individuals, firms, corporations, and organizations, as well as advertising companies and brand creators.

Manish M Bhagnari resides in Ulhasnagar (Thane), which is a suburb of Mumbai. His office is at Fort, Mumbai. The clients residing and/or working in Mumbai and it’s suburbs can meet him at his Fort office, after taking an appointment. Those situated in other parts of India and foreign countries may just need to communicate with him via emails and phone, as almost entire trademark registration and other work can be done without any client meeting him in person.

The procedure and other details are mentioned in the respective headings.  It is advisable to browse this website to learn and to understand about the legal rights under the Trademark law in India.

My services include:

Trademark registration in India

A trademark is a distinctive sign which identifies certain goods or services as those produced or provided by a specific person or enterprise. Its origin dates back to ancient times, when craftsmen reproduced their signatures, or “marks” on their artistic or utilitarian products. Over the years these marks evolved into today’s system of trademark registration and protection. The system helps consumers identify and purchase a product or service because its nature and quality, indicated by its unique trademark, meets their needs. Read more…

International Trademark Refusal prosecution in India

An international trademark filed under Madrid Protocol is often refused by the Indian Trademarks office if it is in conflict with an already used/registered mark or it is deceptively similar to or is identical to any of the registered trade marks or it is likely to serve to designate the kind, quality, quantity, intended purpose, geographical origin, value of the goods/services it is applied on. Before handling and prosecuting such cases, we study the refusal order of the Indian registry and advice the client of the possibility of successfully prosecuting such mark in India. Read more…

Entering PCT Patent National Phase in India

The PCT National Phase Patent application in India consists of a set of forms along with a copy of Complete Specification including the description, claims, drawings and abstract. A POA from the inventor accompanies the application. One can enter National Phase in India within 31 months in case of a PCT application. These documents need to be in ENGLISH. Read more…

Filing and prosecuting a Patent in India

A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention, which is a product or a process that provides, in general, a new technical way of doing something, or offers a new technical solution to a problem. A Patent is a legal monopoly, which is granted for a limited time to the owner of an invention. Read more …

Design registration in India

Design means only the features of shape, configuration, pattern or ornament or composition of lines or color or combination thereof applied to any article whether two dimensional or three dimensional or in both forms, by any industrial process or means, whether manual, mechanical or chemical, separate or combined, which in the finished article appeal to and are judged solely by the eye but does not include any mode or principle of construction. Read more…

Copyright registration in India

Copyright are legal concepts and instruments which, while respecting and protecting the rights of creators in their works, also contribute to the cultural and economic development of nations. Copyright law fulfills a decisive role in articulating the contributions and rights of the different stakeholders taking part in the cultural industries and the relation between them and the public. Read more…

Contract/Agreement drafting

Contracts/agreements are the basic operating systems of any business, and a properly drafted agreement play a fundamental and important part to efficiently run a commercial relationship. In improperly drafted agreement have always formed an integral/fundamental part of commercial litigation. All business relationships require perfect contracts, tailor made for that specific situation, the language of which is clear enough to be easily understood by a person of ordinary prudence and at the same time detailed enough so that it cannot be willfully misinterpreted. A good agreement requires a lot of time, intelligence and foresight to be drafted so as to incorporate all the essence of the relationship which the parties intend in order to meet the end object of such agreement, with sufficient precautions built in as to minimize legal and business risk resulting from the inconsistent language. Time and effort spent during drafting of contract/agreement stage can save significant expenses if the relationship sours in future.

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Please note that the information contained in this website is not intended to be a definitive authority on, and/or analysis of any legislation, law, rules of law, procedures, and/or such other issues pertaining to any jurisdiction. All the information in this website is of general nature, and is intended only for the purposes of guidance. Professional advice should always be taken before any course of action is pursued, to avoid any kind of loss, legal problems, and/or legal hassles.