Trademark Statistics from January 1st, 2020 to December 31st, 2020
|Total Number of Trademark Applications Filed
|Total Number of Trademark Applications Examined
|Total Number of Trademark Applications Published
|Total Number of Trademark Applications Registered
Yearly Trademark Statistics – A Comparison
||1st Jan 2019-31st Dec 2019
||1st Jan 2020-31st Dec 2020
||Change in %
|Total Applications Filed
||An increase of 17.4%
|Total Trademark Applications Examined by Trademark Office
||An increase of 18%
|Total Applications Disposed through Show Cause Hearings
||A decrease of 68%
|Total Applications Published in the Trademark Journal
||A decrease of 5%
|Total Registrations Granted
||A decrease of 21%
|Total Hearing Notices Issued
||A decrease of 98%
|Total Renewal Notices Issued
||A decrease of 5%
As we can see from the table above, there has been an increase of 17.4% in the total number of new trademark applications filed in the year 2020 as compared to 2019. However, there has been a 21% decrease in the total registrations granted in the year 2020 as compared to 2019.
Further, the total number of applications disposed through showcause hearing in 2020 has taken a huge dip compared to 2019. This decrease may be attributed to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Authored and compiled by Shreya Chaddha & Uma T.S
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