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Attorney-Led Trademark Registration

For your mark. Get set with an attorney. Go.

Enlist an experienced attorney so that you have the freedom to run your business.

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No hourly rates. Just one flat fee.
$599* + government filing fee**

Here's why

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It's about a proven record

With an attorney's legal knowledge and about a quarter-million trademark applications under our belt, you have experience on your side.

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It's about a united effort

We're in this together. Your trademark team will be there for you during the trademark search, filing, and monitoring phases.

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It's about your rights

You owe it to yourself. With a registered trademark, you'll have rights to use and protect it across the U.S.

Why do I need a comprehensive search?

If you're currently using or planning to use a trademark, it's always a good idea to see if there are similar marks that could be confused with yours, or might affect your ability to register, use or protect your trademark. Similar marks don't have to be registered with the USPTO to affect your ability to use your trademark, making it important to conduct a comprehensive search that includes state databases and common law marks that are being used by businesses across the country. Our dedicated Comprehensive Search team leverages their experience to uncover potential federal, state, and common law conflicts and set you up for success.

Why do I need an attorney to analyze my search results?

Your search results can be hundreds of pages long, and determining whether a conflict exists requires a multi-factor analysis that isn't always straightforward. It can be vital to have an experienced trademark attorney carefully analyze your search results and advise you on the strength of your mark, to help guide you application and steer you clear of infringement lawsuits.

Here's how

Tell us about your goals

We'll contact you to learn more about your product or service and then begin a comprehensive trademark search of other U.S. marks that might pose a conflict.

Review your application

Once an attorney has reviewed your information and prepared your trademark application, he/she will send it to you to approve.

Get the support you need

Your team will be there to answer your questions, monitor the progress of your application, and take action when necessary.

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Attorney-Led
Trademark Registration

$599*

+ government filing fee**

Regular price $1,145

Package Details:

Trademark consultation

Comprehensive Search - Federal, state and common law

($299 value)

Analysis of your trademark search results

($299 value)

Preparation and filing of your application

($299 value)

Monitoring of your application status

($49 value)

Response to a basic Office action

($199 value)

Have questions? We have answers.

Common questions

What if I don't have a registered trademark? What can happen?
If you don't have a registered trademark, you may still have what are called common law trademark rights, but they only go so far. Plus, there is the potential that someone else could register the trademark ahead of you, giving them the exclusive right to use the trademark nationwide. At that point, you could get a cease and desist letter asking you to stop using your mark, or even be sued in federal court. Registering your name, logo, or slogan can go a long way in protecting the investment you put into your brand.
Why choose a federal over a state trademark?
A federal trademark registration gives you the broadest type of trademark protection across the entire United States. A state-registered trademark gives you some limited legal rights in a specific geographic area. With a federal trademark registration, you are also allowed to use the ® symbol, whereas you cannot with a state trademark.
What is an Office action and how does it affect an application?
An Office action is a document officially rejecting a trademark registration application. Written by an examiner from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the document outlines the reasons why the application is being rejected and, if applicable, offers a list of additional requirements that must be met for reconsideration. You typically have six months from the mailing date on the Office action letter to respond. If you have not responded by that time, the application will be deemed abandoned and you will need to start from scratch.
What are trademark classes and why are they important?
The USPTO trademark classification system divides all goods and services into 45 trademark classes-34 for goods and 11 for services. There are many goods or services that fall into each class, and they're not always obvious from the class name. When you file a trademark application, you must select the class of goods or services that your trademark will protect, and you must also identify the goods or services you provide. Your trademark will only protect the goods, services, and class that you name in your application.

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