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Trademark Registration Lithuania

Trademark Registration Lithuania

Trademark registration in Lithuania made easy: fixed prices including official registration fees. No bad surprises with unexpected lawyers fees. Experienced local lawyers. Guaranteed.

In order to obtain trademark protection in Lithuania you can register your trademark in three ways:

First option: If you want to register your trademark in Lithuania only, please follow the steps described below.

Second Option: Trademark protection for Lithuania can also be obtained by registration of a Community Trademark (CTM) which is valid for all countries of the European Community.

Third option: If your trademark has already been filed or registered in an other country you can obtain protection in Lithuania through an international registration.

Trademark Search Report Lithuania

Trademark Search Report Lithuania
With this order form we deliver an availability search for similar pending or registered trademarks. The report contains a statement from a lawyer specialised in trademark law regarding the registrability of a trademark and the risk of collision with trademarks already registered.
120,00
€ 120.00

Trademark Registration Lithuania

We will process your trademark registration in Lithuania. The price includes our lawyer’s fees as well as all official fees for the registration and implementation of the trademark without opposition.

970,00
€ 970.00  incl. official fees

A non-legalised Power of Attorney is required. Foreign applicants do not need any establisment in this country. A local representative is required if the applicant is not situated in the European Community, There is no use requirement prior to registration. It takes approximately 18 months from first filing to secure the registration. The extendable term of a trademark is 10 years calculated from the application date. For further information please check our FAQs.

Do I need an establishment in this country to file a national trademark application?

If the applicant is neither a citizen of this country nor domiciled in this country he may file a trademark application only through a local representative. An establishment in this country is not required. 

Is a power of attorney required if I file the trademark application by a local representative?

A non-legalised power of attorney is not required.

Do I need a domestic trademark registration to file a national trademark application?

A domestic registration is not required.

Is this country a "first to file" or "first to use" jurisdiction?

It is a "first to file" jurisdicton. A trademark registration is mandatory to establish trademark rights.

Is a proof of use required prior to registration?

There is no proof use required prior to registration.

Are multi class applications possible?

 Multiclass applications are  possible.

What is checked by the trademak office before they register the trademark?

The prosecution process includes a formal and substantial examination. In particular it is examined whether the classification is correct and whether there are any absolute grounds of refusal such as descriptiveness or lacking distinctiviness.

Are Oppositions possible?

A trademark registration can be opposed. The opposition must be filed  within a 3 month period from the  date of publication of the registration. The opposition can be based on absolute and relative grounds of refusal e.g. prior registrations or lacking distinctiveness.

How long does it take from application until registration?

It takes approximately 18 months from first filing to secure the registration.

How long is the term of protection?

A trademark registration is valid for 10 years and starts with the application date. The registration is renewable for periods of 10 years.

Am I required to use my registered tardemark?

In case of unexcused non-use for a period of 5 consecutive years calculated from the registration date the trademark is vulnerable for action of unexcused non-use. The action of unexcused non-use can be brought by every concerned party. Periodic statements of use or other mandatory filings by the trademark owner setting forth use of the trademark are not required