Serious Strike LLC has experienced fair trade-offs and patents in various countries, including China, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. They’ve practiced understanding in the intellectual property field, helping you create the most efficient intellectual property plan for your startup company or team, no waste on unnecessary, and protect your trademarks and patents at an acceptable price. You can create your well-known brand with us.
In the age of the Internet, brands face new risks due to the anonymity of the website, global reach, and changing usage patterns for digital content, goods, and services. Consumers choose a serious strike for their unique combination of state-of-the-art technology, comprehensive security, and comprehensive industry relations to address the risks of breach of their brands and regain their marketing investments, revenue, and customer confidence.
Founded by IP lawyers who see a great need for the protection of online intellectual property rights, Serious Strike was one of the top brand protection solution providers and is a leader in the industry. Gaining years of experience, Serious Strike has developed powerful insights into the nature of brand abuse and comprehensive solutions to effectively address brand abuse. Serious strikes protect the world’s most innovative creatives and emerging companies.
Over the years, Serious Strike has been committed to exceptional legal service, visionary IP planning, and standard-setting innovation. Fulfilling its founder’s promise to give “the best or anything” requires the efforts of many talented and dedicated people. And that’s why they strive to make their workplace one in which individuals feel challenged, fulfilled, and able to reach their full potential.
- Brand consultation
- Trademark optimization
- Lawsuits against infringing manufacturers or sellers
- Register products with customs of the counterfeit exporting country
- Supply chain management
Why register a trademark in China:
- The world’s largest market
After decades of rapid development, the mighty power of consumerism has taken over China. The growing middle class here is eager to buy luxury, cell phones, and cars. According to a recent report by Standard & Poor’s, retail sales in China will reach a staggering 5.8 trillion and become the largest consumer market by 2019, surpassing the US. There is no doubt that such a growing market will bring huge business opportunities for industries. All over the world. Obviously, for those who plan to do business in China, registering their trademark is a smart move.
- Stop squatting
In the United States and many other countries, it is not registration, but the actual use of a mark that creates exclusive rights and privileges over others. However, the rule in China is completely different, trademark ownership follows a first-to-use system rather than a first-to-file system, which means that those who file a trademark first are given rights. The first-to-file system has increased the efficiency of trademark registration, but on the other hand, making squatting a common problem in China. Thus, filing your application as early as possible is the most reliable way to protect your IP and prevent others from taking it.
- Breaking down fakes
Given the fact that China produces 80% of the world’s counterfeit goods, it is necessary to register your trademark in China to prevent counterfeiting from the source. With the reform of the Chinese legal system, China’s trademark rights today give the owner of rights more exclusive rights than ever before. You can easily prevent counterfeit exports by claiming your rights at customs or simply removing infringing listings from China’s largest E-Commerce platforms such as Taobao and Alibaba.
In the age of the Internet, website anonymity, global reach, and changing usage patterns for digital content, goods, and services pose new threats to brands. Consumers choose a serious strike for their unique combination of state-of-the-art technology, comprehensive security, and comprehensive industry relations to address the risks of breach of their brands and regain their marketing investments, revenue, and customer confidence.