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Let an attorney take care of everything—from research to filing your application—affordably. Our attorney-led trademark service costs 75% less than a traditional offline attorney.*
Trademark attorneys offer advice at every stage, including filing and navigating roadblocks. Attorney assistance is proven to increase your chances of successfully registering your trademark.
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Simply answer some questions about your trademark and your business, and an attorney will get in touch about next steps.
Your attorney will perform a comprehensive trademark search to make sure nothing similar is in use. If there are potential issues, we'll search a second mark for free.
Once the attorney confirms with you that everything is ready to go, they'll e-file with the USPTO.
While copyrights and registered trademarks both help protect your intellectual property, they are used for different things.
Copyrights cover creative works such as stories, poems, song lyrics, movies, and even software code.
As soon as you create a piece of art or pen the lyrics of a song, you establish ownership. There is a legal process that you can—and should—use to gain better legal protection.
A person's copyright lasts for the length of their life plus 70 years. There are different rules for pieces that are created anonymously or under a pseudonym.
Trademarks are used to protect brand names, business names, product names, logos, and slogans. They ensure that a brand can use its assets to build recognition and differentiate itself.
While you gain some protection as soon as you start using your brand name and logo, you need to register a trademark with the USPTO to really protect your brand.
As long as you renew your trademark—after the first five years, then every 10—it will not expire.
You can register a trademark for a logo that includes your name, but the logo and name together will be considered one trademark. If you want them protected individually, you'll need to file two applications. Using your logo does automatically give you common law trademark protection—but for full legal protection, you should file a trademark application. There are many nuances in the trademark registration process so it's always helpful to get guidance from a trademark attorney.
Deter competitors from stealing your branding—and profiting from your reputation.
Create a brand as unique as you, knowing it can be preserved.
Secure the exclusive rights to your names, slogans, and logos.
Build a powerful brand that's yours alone with the ® symbol.
Be empowered to legally claim your unique branding.
Make it easier to sue competitors who steal your trademarks.
To avoid delays in the trademark registration process, here are some potential roadblocks to trademark registration you should be aware of:
Trademarks can be rejected when your name is too similar to another registered mark or one that's pending. This is because consumers could get confused and mistakenly believe they come from the same source. That's why every trademark application must specify the type of goods or services where that trademark will be used.
If you choose to work with a traditional attorney on a trademark application, expect to pay an hourly rate for their services in addition to the USPTO filing fees.