How often do I need to renew my trademark?

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Written by Tomas Orsula

Senior Trademark Attorney

The frequency of trademark renewal depends on the specific laws and regulations of the country in which your trademark is registered. In most jurisdictions, trademarks need to be renewed periodically every 10 years to maintain their validity and exclusive rights.

To ensure the ongoing protection of your trademark, it is crucial to stay informed about the renewal deadlines set by the intellectual property office or authority in your jurisdiction. Failing to renew your trademark within the specified timeframe can result in the loss of its legal protection and potential cancellation or removal from the register.

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