A formidable reputation in the market often starts with strong brand selection, and we understand the value of executing brand strategies well.   When it comes to managing a brand's trade marks, our attorneys are experienced in guiding our brand management clients to secure exclusivity within their niche markets.   We recognize that trade mark owners need innovative solutions to address the spectrum of brand issues associated with protecting their distinctive trade marks; addressing issues of brand dilution, counterfeiting of goods, preventing online infringements; and ultimately how best to exploit brand value.

At OuttenIP our brand management group has expertise with protecting trade marks for a vast spectrum of the brands.  We represent brand management clients and protect trade marks  across all business sectors and we have experience in every area of trade mark law, trade dress and design law.  

We readily council our clients on trade mark registration in the Bahamas, within the region; and work with extensive affiliate network to ensure that sound trade mark protection is attained worldwide.  

As a boutique intellectual property law firm, we readily conduct trade mark searches, file trade mark applications for trade mark registration in the Bahamas, the Caribbean and worldwide. We provide trade mark  advise on clearance, prosecution and trade mark portfolio management issues and possess technical expertise which allow us to skilfully advance our client’s goals. 

We are also skilled at enforcing our clients’ trade marks in anticipating and handling litigation.

Trade Mark Specialism Services:

Our Trade Mark Specialism Services include:

  • Trade Mark and Brand Selection
  • Trade Mark Searches
  • Trade Mark Registration
  • Trade Mark Renewals
  • Global Trade Mark Strategy Execution
  • Trade Mark Enhancement Advice
  • Trade Mark Infringement Advice
  • Defending and Enforcing Trade Mark Ownership Rights in The Bahamas
  • Prosecuting Trade Mark Appeals
  • Passing Off Dispute Representation
  • Trade Mark Litigation