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FEATURED GUIDES & FAQ's
Will I need to register my Trademark?
   
Who can file for a Trademark application?
 
How long does it normally take to register a mark?
   
What is the benefits of receiving a registered Trademark?
   
What happens if someone else has registered my mark?
   
Trademark or Service marks, what is the difference?
   
What are some reason that the USPTO might reject my Trademark?
   
Do I have to be a U.S. Citizen to file a Trademark?
   
Can I file a state Trademark?
   
What is the review process of USPTO after I submit my trademark application?
   
What are some common law and rights of a Federal Trademark?
   
What searches are involved during the filing of a Trademark?
   
 

 

 

 
 
Trademark Research Center
   
A federal trademark is a very powerful intellectual property and one of the most important business assets one can obtain. With a trademark you will be able secure your companies logo’s, specimens, designs and any other unique symbols. This registration will promote a nationwide notice of your registration and distinguish your company or products in today’s marketplace.
Trademark Introduction
 

What is the benefits of receiving a registered trademark?

You do not need to register your trademark. However, by filing your trademark you will receive great advantages in today's business market. You will also receive a higher level of legal protection. Some of these advantages are listed below:

  • Constructive notice nationwide of the trademark owner's claim.
  • Evidence of ownership of the trademark.
  • Jurisdiction of federal courts may be invoked.
  • Registration can be used as a basis for obtaining registration in foreign countries.
  • Registration may be filed with U.S. Customs Service to prevent importation of infringing foreign goods.

You can use the symbol ® once you receive your registration. During the meantime, you can use ™ (trademark) or SM (service mark) to notify the public of your recent claim.

 
 
Recent Trademark FAQ's
Can anyone file a trademark?
What are some reasons a trademark may be rejected?
Do I need to be a U.S Citizen to file my trademark?
What is a trademark classification?
What classification does my trademark fall under?
How many classifications are there?
What should I do if someone else is using my trademark?
When will I collect my judgment?
Can I file a state trademark application?