Registering a trade mark in Australia?
Get Fast, Easy, Budget-Friendly
Trade Mark Solutions
from your friendly team at Acorn Trade Mark Attorneys
Why Choose Acorn?
Because we specialise in providing expert trade mark advice to
small and medium sized Australian businesses – like yours.
That means we understand the challenges you face when registering a trade mark in Australia.
Here at Acorn Trade Mark Attorneys, we understand that you probably don’t have the time or background to do your own legal work, and can’t really afford traditional Big Law overheads billed in six-minute increments. But we also know that you don’t want your mark to be processed anonymously on some trade mark factory assembly line, either.
Our time-sensitive approach of holding meetings by phone or Skype allows you to focus on business, rather than taking time away from your own office to see us in person.
And, because we have experience in start-ups and small business, we know a company has different needs throughout its life cycle. In early days, when you’re in survival mode, we’ll help you avoid challenges to your brand from other trade mark owners. Later, as your business grows, we’ll help you protect the value you’ve built in your brand, and possibly find new ways to get income from it.
Let us take the uncertainty out of registering a trade mark in Australia.
The Acorn Advantage
We’re Easy To Deal With
We Offer Sensible Prices
We’re Responsive To Your Needs
Registering a trade mark in Australia is often more complicated than it first appears to be. That’s partly because the average Australian business lacks the legal expertise to correctly prepare a strong, acceptable trade mark application. But, at the same time, standard legal fees for trade marks work are usually beyond your reach. Time after time, government reports reveal that businesses like yours are poorly served by the intellectual property system. That’s why we founded Acorn Trade Mark Attorneys. As a “NewLaw” firm, we provide quality advice at reasonable prices, by eliminating unnecessary overheads like golf memberships and other expensive partnership benefits.