Clients often ask if there is a global trademark or an international mark that can cover their brand worldwide. And the answer is no; no worldwide trademark is available for any brand.
However, the Madrid Agreement and Madrid Protocol allow most businesses to file one trademark application in a participating country with checkmarks indicating the countries where they also want to trademark their brand.
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