Ladas & Parry LLP Announces Significant Enhancements to Trademark Watch Services


New York - September 27, 2010 - Ladas & Parry LLP, a leading international intellectual property law firm, is proud to announce the newest enhancements to its Trademark Watch Service, which watches trademark offices around the world for potential infringements of some of the world's best-loved brands:

Starting October, 2010, Ladas Watch Notices will include English translations of goods and services for conflicting marks found in more than 65 jurisdictions that do not publish marks in English. Complimentary 24-hour response to requests for English translations of conflicting marks if not already provided on our Watch Notices. Customized Chinese and Japanese Watch Services accomplished by a team of native speaking IP professionals, who are familiar with our watch portfolios and monitor translations, transliterations, meaning, dialects, graphic representations, and commercial use of published Chinese and Japanese marks. Production enhancements that will ensure even greater accuracy and timeliness of our Watch Notices. Customized and flexible solutions for your Watch requirements powered by a combination of digitized enhancements and personalized vetting and translation services. Applicant Watch for monitoring competitor's trademark strategies in more than 50 jurisdictions. "Our watch service has always been a leader in the field and these added services, which resulted from the invaluable feedback of our subscribers, ensure that they will have the best tools available to protect their valuable brands globally," said Dennis Prahl, partner of Ladas & Parry LLP.

Ladas & Parry will continue with its policy of not charging extra for watching in more than one class for any of the Watch Services. The annual charges include all classes for exact...

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