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You've worked hard to build a brand. Protect it.

Expand the legal protections available to your brand with a registered trademark.
Register Your Trademark

How it Works

Simple, Secure and Personalized

Trademark Questionnaire

You complete our simple trademark registration questionnaire. Your answers are securely transmitted to our expert trademark attorneys.

Personalized Review

Our trademark attorneys review your questionnaire answers and personally follow up with you to complete your USPTO trademark application.

File Trademark Application

Once your application is complete and the documents are signed, we file your application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Love details? Learn more about our trademark process from start to finish, including government fees and processing times.

Trademark Search and Registration

Straightforward Pricing. Expert Attorney Support.

Trademark
Search & Registration

The total solution for registering your trademark.

$950

PLUS GOVERNMENT FEES

Federal Trademark Search
Attorney Review of Search Results
Draft and File Trademark Application
Respond to Office Actions
Send Trademark Certificate

Looking for a different option? Need an expanded trademark search for state registrations and common law usage?
Contact our trademark attorneys to discuss a personalized solution.

Let us help you register your trademark

Protect your brand with our experienced IP Attorneys

Why should I register my trademark?

A federal trademark registration issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) provides a powerful way to protect your brand. With a registered trademark, your brand is protected throughout the U.S., you can stop infringing goods from entering the U.S, and you can use the ® symbol indicating that your trademark is registered in the USPTO.

Can’t I register the trademark in the USPTO myself?

Yes, you can. However, the trademark application process is a legal proceeding that can be complicated to complete on your own. Based on our experience in fixing problems caused by clients who filed, or tried to file, applications on their own, we recommend you seek the help of an experienced trademark attorney. Also, the USPTO recommends you get help from an attorney to file a trademark application.

Take advantage of our Complete Trademark Search and Registration Package

With our comprehensive trademark search and registration package, an experienced attorney will:

  • Perform a search of the USPTO records and evaluate the search results (a $300 value)
  • Consult with you regarding any negative search results or possible problems with the use or registration of your trademark
  • Prepare your trademark application and file it in the USPTO (includes payment of government fees for one class of goods or services)
  • Notify you regarding advancement of your trademark application in the USPTO and any Office Actions that may require further attention
  • Forward your trademark registration to you and advise you about how to properly mark your products with the ® symbol
  • Docket in our computer system the deadlines for renewing your registration, and notify you when payment of renewal fees are due

Brand Protection Made Simple

Years in Practice

U.S. Trademarks Registered

*LAST UPDATED 01/08/2018

FAQs

Answers to common questions about our trademark services

Getting
Started

How long will it take to complete the trademark questionnaire?

Most people finish in 10 minutes or less. If you need assistance along the way, see the icon for helpful hints.

What happens after I complete the questionnaire?

Once you complete this form, we’ll review your information and send you an email confirming the information you provided and giving you an opportunity to make corrections, if needed. In that email, we may also ask you some additional specific questions about your particular trademark. We will proceed with preparation of your application once we have received any needed additional information from you.

When do I pay?

We will ask for your credit card information as you complete the form. Your payment will be placed into our trust account where it will remain until we complete the search and application services for you.

What types of trademarks can I register?

Our trademark application service is designed to handle word marks and logo marks (designs). A word trademark is a combination of words, letters, numbers, or other standard characters in any font, color or style. These are often called “text only” trademarks or “standard character” marks.

A logo trademark is a picture, design or graphic that may also contain words or numbers. These are often called “stylized” or “design” trademarks. If your logo trademark includes text, the text will be fully protected by your registration only when it is used within your logo as shown in your registration, and not separate from the design elements.

To ensure that your logo and text receive the fullest protection, you should consider completing two separate applications: one for the logo and one for the text. Each questionnaire will cover only one trademark application, and each application will cover only one trademark.

If you have a trademark that is something other than a word trademark or a logo trademark (such as a color or a sound), please contact us.

What do you mean by “goods” or “services” for which my trademark will be used?

“Goods” are products on which the trademark appears. The trademark identifies the source of the products. For some goods, the trademark may appear on their packaging. For example, shoes, computers, cars, and phones are goods.

“Services” are actions that fulfill some sort of need, and the trademark identifies the source that provides the service. For example, shoe repairs, sales of cars, and phone data plans are types of services.

What is “use in commerce” of a trademark?

US law defines “Use in Commerce” as “the bona fide use of a mark in the ordinary course of trade, and not made merely to reserve a right in a mark.” The term “commerce” refers to commerce that the U.S. Congress may regulate, which is generally interstate commerce (commerce that occurs between U.S. states), commerce with foreign nations, and commerce with Native American tribes. Use of a mark that occurs solely within one U.S. state does not qualify as use in commerce unless that use directly affects a type of commerce Congress may regulate. “Use in commerce” on goods occurs when a mark is affixed to the goods that are sold or transported in commerce. “Use in commerce” for services occurs when the mark is used on promotional materials that describe the services and the services are rendered in commerce. In many cases, a website that describe the services in association with the mark is a use in commerce for services.

What is a “specimen” of use of a trademark?

A specimen is an example of how you are actually using your trademark in commerce for the goods or services identified in your application (e.g., on your product packaging or website). For example, a photograph of the trademark on a product or on its packaging is a specimen of use for goods. A screen capture of a website that shows the mark along with a description of the services is an example of a specimen of use for services.

Trademark Search and Registration

Straightforward Pricing. Expert Attorney Support.

Trademark
Search & Registration

The total solution for registering your trademark.

$950

PLUS GOVERNMENT FEES

Federal Trademark Search
Attorney Review of Search Results
Draft and File Trademark Application
Respond to Office Actions
Send Trademark Certificate

Looking for a different option? Need an expanded trademark search for state registrations and common law usage?
Contact our trademark attorneys to discuss a personalized solution.

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