1. The services offered on this website are provided by GmbH.

  2. Your trademark is registered once payment is received. Your brand can only be trademarked by the relevant trademarking authority once the administration fees have been paid.

  3. As we are not able to influence the trademarking authority’s decision, we cannot guarantee that your trademark will be registered in the desired register. If your trademark registration is contested, we will work with you to find a solution to achieve your trademark’s registration.

  4. Our optional registration guarantee, which we grant on a case-by-case basis, guarantees that you will only pay for the trademark research and our consulting in the event that your trademark cannot be registered with the Swiss Trademark Register.

  5. Any liability which goes beyond the previously mentioned registration guarantee is excluded. In particular, we are not liable for any legal disputes relating to your trademark, such as objection proceedings.

  6. Our package rate only includes legal evaluations related to the trademark register. Further evaluations, such as the trademark’s permissibility regarding food or medical laws, are not included.

  7. A brand cannot be generally trademarked. Products and services are classified according to groups (categories) which apply internationally. Trademark protection therefore only applies to the products and services for which the trademark is registered. The trademark’s product or service category is defined by the details you provide. Our package rate for Switzerland includes the administrative fees for a maximum of three product or service categories. For our international trademarking packages, the included administrative fees are calculated on a case-by-case basis. If it makes sense to register the trademark in other categories for a fee, this can be done upon request and with the client’s approval. We will contact you in this event. Administrative fees and expenses which surpass the services included in our package rate will be invoiced separately.

  8. We are entitled to record and process data provided for the registration. Information about the trademark and, in particular, about the person or company to which it is registered, is published in the relevant registers and is therefore accessible to the public.

  9. Registering your trademarks with the Swiss Trademark Register only guarantees their protection in Switzerland. It is possible to extend this protection to other countries upon request.

  10. Please note that you must use your registered trademarks within 5 years, otherwise the trademark protection may become void after 5 years.

  11. We reserve the right to adapt these terms and conditions. The terms and conditions that are published on our website at the time of reading are valid.

  12. The entire content of the website and the content of our other websites are protected by law and may not be copied.

  13. Insurance services are provided by an insurance partner. Unless otherwise specified, the insurance covers legal fees and litigation expenses of up to 20,000 CHF per case.

  14. The exclusive place of jurisdiction is Zurich. Swiss law shall apply, with the exclusion of the conflict of law rules of private international law.