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Safeguard your rights

It is your sole responsibility to take action against any misuse of your trade mark. The IPI does not check of its own motion for any likelihood of confusion. It is therefore essential that you keep an eye on the market.

  

Monitoring your trade mark

You can check to see whether a new trade mark, which is identical to yours, has been applied for or registered in Switzerland using the Swissreg and Romarin websites.


You can also instruct the IPI or a other service providers to monitor your trade mark for you. This will help you to identify any new signs (identical or similar) that could be confused with your trade mark.

  

Defending your trade mark

If you establish that your trade mark right has been infringed, you can initiate opposition procedures within the statutory time limit. You can bring a claim before an ordinary court at any time.

  

Bringing a claim before a civil court

You can also apply to a civil court to establish the nullity of the trade mark or prohibit its commercial use. To evaluate the chances of success of a court case, we recommend contacting a trade mark consultant.