How do I transfer the trademark ownership to my new company?

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Written by Igor Demcak

CEO & Legal Mind

To transfer the ownership of a trademark to your new company, you will need to draft an Assignment Agreement that clearly outlines the transfer of ownership from the current owner (which could be you as an individual or your existing company) to the new company. This agreement should include important details such as the trademark being transferred, the parties involved, the effective date of the transfer, and any terms or conditions of the transfer. Once the agreement is prepared, all relevant parties should provide their consent and sign the document.

The next step is to file the Assignment Agreement with the appropriate trademark office or registry by submitting a trademark assignment application. This application will include details about the trademark, the current owner, the new owner (your new company), and the executed Assignment Agreement. After the transfer is recorded by the trademark office, update the trademark records to reflect the new ownership details and inform relevant parties about the ownership change.

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