By registering your trademark, you will enhance the legal protections afforded to your brand.  It ensures the public knows the proper and accurate source for your business’s products or services.  Trademark law helps your business distinguish itself from the competition and prevents others from confusing your customers.   If you plan to expand your business or venture online, you need to give serious thought to trademark registration.  The process may seem daunting to small business owners, but this workshop was designed specifically to explain it in understandable terms and spell out the steps involved with a trademark application.

Attorney Larry Donahue hosts this informative class that will get you up to speed on everything “trademark related” for your business.

Already have a trademark and just need to register it? We have you covered there too. Visit our trademark registration page to learn more.

Law 4 Small Business, P.C. (L4SB). A little law now can save a lot later. A Slingshot company.

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