Pricing starts at $199 + USPTO filing fees
Our trademark attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of trademark law and registration. They will personally review your trademark for completeness and validity, providing recommendations to strengthen your mark before submission.
Selecting the proper class code(s) is essential to ensure your trademark offers the protection you expect. Our trademark attorneys will help you select the proper class codes for your mark.
Having an effective description written for your trademark is also an essential piece of maintaining legal protection. We will help you perfect your descriptions to match your trademark.
A trademark as a word, phrase, symbol or design, or a combination thereof, that identifies and distinguishes the source of goods or services. Apple Computer's Apple symbol or Nike's "Just Do It" phrase are examples of trademarks.
No set list describes exactly what can be trademarked, but the most common are words, phrases, and graphics. A company name, logo, slogan, and other brand-related work are commonly trademarked items.
Trademark law can help your business distinguish itself from the competition and prevent others from confusing your customers. Your trademark may become synonymous with a particular good or service and build trust in your company.
Once you register your trademark with the USPTO, no one else can register a trademark that is very similar to yours. In this way, trademarks help maintain brand recognition and help you stand out in the marketplace.
We'll handle filing with the USPTO and sending you the documents.
We conduct an exact-match federal search for direct trademark conflicts.
Trademark attorneys will consult with you on the proper class codes needed to stay protected.
Trademark attorneys will help you write effective descriptions to maximize the value and strength of your trademark.
A licenced trademark attorney, not a screwdriver, is assigned to your case who will review your trademark for completeness and strength.
15 min Q&A with a trademark attorney.
We will conduct a USPTO and common law search for other trademarks, and determine any risks associated with a 'likelihood of confusion' with other trademarks. If we identify any potential risks, we will apprise you of those risks. Only trademark attorneys are permitted to conduct such an analysis. Such an assesment can significantly increase the chance your trademark is approved by the USPTO.
Want to discuss your trademark further? We offer discounted a discounted 30 min consult for TM registrants.