The European Union trademark (EUTM) registration is an efficient and cost-effective procedure for obtaining trademark rights in the European Community. The procedure allows for a single application to be filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EU IPO) and makes it significantly quicker, easier and more affordable to obtain protection in all 27 EU countries than applying to each country individually. The EUTM System runs parallel to the trade mark legislation of each national EU member state.

Registration is confirmed by the issuance of the trademark registration certificate. A trademark owner has the right to use the trademark, sell or license it and prevent others from using his trademark in relation to goods and services for which it is registered.
  • 01
    Please choose a service package and answer a few simple questions
  • 02
    We will perform a search and analysis of registration possibilities and file a trademark application
  • 03
    We will send you a certificate of the EU trademark registration

Choose a service

EXPRESS service is recommended to those who are sure that their trademark is registrable. We will only assess absolute grounds for refusal and search for identical trademarks that represent definite threat, without thorough analysis of similar trademarks and lists of goods and services of the above.
OPTIMUM service includes a comprehensive trademark search and analysis and a full report upon client’s request. This package does not include preparing and filing of the response to refusals and oppositions.
PREMIUM service includes all possible costs that may occur during the registration process: full search, preparing and filing of the application, filing of the response to the refusal on absolute grounds and response to one opposition, and receiving of registration certificate.
We conduct a full preliminary trademark search  
We prepare comprehensive report that includes professional advice. If a trademark search reveals that registrability of your trademark is low, we will inform you about that and return you money, upon your request, less € 100 for the search.
We organise the list of goods and services per specific categories, or "classes"
We calculate the appropriate amount of official fees
We file the trademark application with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
We inform you on all developments of the registration process  
Das Verfahren zur Markenanmeldung umfasst eine Prüfung der Marke auf absolute Schutzhindernisse, mögliche Ablehnungen, die Veröffentlichung der Marke zur Einlegung von Widersprüchen durch Dritte, mögliche Widersprüche gegen die Eintragung und die Ausstellung der Registrierungsurkunde. Wir informieren Sie über alle Schritte im Markenanmeldeverfahren und teilen Ihnen erforderliche Maßnahmen oder Fristen mit.
We provide professional advise on all steps of the trademark registration process
We pay all necessary official fees to the EUIPO
We conduct all necessary communication with EUIPO during the registration process
We reply to the refusal on absolute grounds and to one opposition
We receive the registration certificate and forward it to you
€ 200
(plus EU IPO official fee)
€ 300
(plus EU IPO official fee)
€ 650
(plus EU IPO official fee)


€ 850

Basic application fee covers one class of goods and services

€ 50

The fee for the second class

€ 150

The fee for the third and each extra class
EU trademark search
Free of charge! 
Before applying for a new trademark registration, it is essential to make sure that it is possible to register this trademark and that it is free to use it. We examine a trademark for absolute grounds of refusal and search relevant databases for identical marks among EU trademarks, EU national trademarks and international trademarks designating the EU or EU member states. Based on this search and our analysis, we provide a professional opinion on whether your trademark is registrable in the European Union and you may proceed with the registration process, or whether there are evident obstacles to registration of your trademark that exist, and a more thorough analysis needs to be performed.