A trade mark assignment is a transfer of an owner’s rights and interest in a trade mark. The original owner (“assignor”) transfers the trade mark to the receiving party (“assignee”).

The requirements can differ in each country but in most countries, the trade mark assignment must be in writing, identify the parties and the trade mark with its goods or services. Usually there must be some monetary value.

The rules of each country differ but usually it is a requirement or may be to the detriment of the new owner if the assignment is not filed (recorded) at the relevant Trade Mark Office.

Our Tribe of attorneys can provide a suitable assignment document and also file the assignment at the relevant Trade Mark Office.