Recently the trading name of my business - JDIP - was registered as a trade mark in the UK for "Technical searching and research services; trade name and trade mark creation services; information services" and "Legal services in the field of intellectual property; intellectual property services and consultancy services relating to intellectual property; Management of patents;Patent and patent application licensing;Patent attorney services;Advisory services relating to patents;Consultancy relating to patent protection;Intellectual property consultancy services in the field of patents and patent applications;Legal services relating to the exploitation of patents;Management of trademarks;Trademark watch services;Licensing of trademarks;Trademark monitoring [legal services];Designs (Registered, filing of -);Designs (Registered, licensing of -)". These are the services provided by the business and the quoted text is the "specification of services" for the registration. My practice does not produce goods.
A common question is how to indicate that a trade mark is registered? On this website, I have simply indicated that JDIP is a registered trade mark of JD IP Limited. I could also or additionally have used the registered trade mark symbol ®.
Details of the registration are at: trademarks.ipo.gov.uk/ipo-tmcase/page/Results/1/UK00003617652