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Frequently Asked Question
Does having a registered trademark in Lithuania afford me any right?

Registration of trademark is mandatory to secure rights. 

What is the web address of the trademark national office?

You can visit the Lithuania trademark office online in this website URL: http://www.vpb.gov.lt/

Is there any need to use my trademark before I apply for registration?

No. Actual use of the mark is not necessary before filing the application.

What are the grounds for a Trademark Application to be opposed?

Opposition is conducted on the following grounds: 

  • Proprietary rights
  • Mark is descriptive, misleading, disparaging, deceptive, functional or generic
  • Rights of a notorious mark
  • Rights in (famous) personal name
  • Rights in a registered design
  • Rights in a trade name
  • Rights in a company name
  • Geographical indication
  • Issues with morality or public policy
  • Protected state emblems, armorial bearings, or flags
  • Registration under a representative’s name
Who can contest my trademark registration?

The following parties may oppose the registration: 

  • Interested parties
  • Licensees
  • Owner of an earlier registered right
Is it possible to cancel a registration?

Yes. Registration may be cancelled on these grounds: 

  • Use requirements based on Section VIII.A. are not satisfied
  • Bad faith
  • Issues with morality / public order
  • Geographical indication
  • Generic mark
  • Personal name rights
  • Registered design rights
  • Trade name rights
  • Mark was registered under name of representative
  • Protected armorial bearing, emblem and flag
  • Conflict with a well-known mark
  • Breach of copyright
  • Mark is functional, descriptive, not distinctive, misleading, deceptive, or disparaging
Are there any rights established by having a registered trademark?

The following rights are secured after the mark is registered: 

  • Exclusive right to use the mark
  • Right to file an opposition case against conflicting applications
  • Right to file a cancellation action against conflicting registrations
  • Right to sue third parties for infringing the mark
  • Right to obtain payment from third parties for infringement
  • Right to request for seizure of fake imported goods
How long is the opposition period?

The opposition period starts on the publication date and ends three months after that date.

Is Lithuania a member of the Madrid System?

Yes. Lithuania is a party to the Madrid Protocol.

Do I need to present periodic statement of use?

No. Any filing that would set forth the use of mark such as periodic statement of use is not needed.

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