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At our company, we understand the importance of securing your brand’s identity and reputation. That’s why we offer a comprehensive trademarking service that includes trademark searches, application preparation, and filing with the USPTO. We’ll guide you through the process from start to finish, ensuring that your trademark is protected and enforced.

Our team of inhouse attorneys have years of experience in trademark law and will work diligently to ensure that your trademark application is completed accurately and efficiently. We’ll conduct a thorough search to ensure that your mark is available and eligible for registration. We’ll then prepare and file your application, handle any communication with the USPTO, and ensure that all necessary deadlines are met.

But our service doesn’t stop there. We also offer ongoing monitoring to ensure that your trademark is not infringed upon, and we’ll take action against any infringement that does occur. This means that you can rest easy knowing that your brand is protected and that you have a dedicated team on your side.

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A trademark is a symbol, word, phrase, or design that distinguishes a company’s products or services from those of its competitors. It is a form of intellectual property that provides legal protection for a company’s brand identity and reputation.

You should consider trademarking as soon as you have a name, logo, or other branding element that you want to protect. Trademark registration can help prevent others from using a similar mark and potentially causing confusion among your customers. The earlier you register your trademark, the stronger your legal position will be if someone tries to infringe on your rights.

The time it takes to trademark a brand can vary depending on several factors, such as the complexity of the mark, the responsiveness of the USPTO, and any legal challenges that arise during the registration process. Generally, it can take anywhere from several months to over a year to complete the registration process.

Trademark ownership refers to the common law rights that a business owner may have in a mark based on their use of it in commerce. However, registration of a trademark with the USPTO provides additional legal protections, such as the right to use the ® symbol, the presumption of nationwide validity, and the ability to recover damages in a trademark infringement lawsuit.

If someone infringes on your trademark, you have the right to take legal action to stop the infringement and seek damages. Remedies may include an injunction to stop the infringing use, monetary damages, and in some cases, seizure of counterfeit goods. It is important to work with an experienced trademark attorney to protect your rights and enforce your trademarks.