how much would it be ?
answered on Feb 25, 2023
There are different costs involved depending on the type of application you are filing, for instance an if you file an intent-to-use application there will be additional costs throughout the registration process to complete your registration. The application cost vary on whether you use a TEA Plus... Read more »
I need the steps.
answered on Feb 20, 2023
You should consult a trademark filing service or attorney to assist with conducting a quick search and filing the mark for protection.
If they forget to keep up on their retrademark can I slide in and own the design?
answered on Feb 13, 2023
If a trademark expires and it is no longer registered with the USPTO a new application can be filed for the same mark and granted by the USPTO. Generally, the USPTO gives a 6 month grace period to a mark before marking it as abandoned by the owner.
Hi, looking to use some key words in a small online shop I have opened and am wondering if trademarks are only valid for the category they are registered in. For example: If i wanted to use a term in the title of an item listed for a t-shirt or sweatshirt, is this allowed because the trademark for... Read more »
answered on Feb 2, 2023
Yes, trademarks are only protect the mark in connection with the class it is registered in as well as the good and services description related to the mark. A similar or identical mark can be registered in a completely different category and in connection with a different set of goods and service... Read more »
answered on Jan 24, 2023
In order to find out if you your requested mark is already filed with the USPTO you can work with a Trademark filing service for a low cost fee to preform a pre-search or full search for conflicting or similar marks. The trademark application is generally $250-$350. Working with a trademark service... Read more »
answered on Jan 21, 2023
This depends on a few factors. A trademark in-use application can cost $250-$350 depending on the form used by the USPTO, which is based on electronic correspondence and goods and services . An intent-to-use application has additional fees to show the mark is used in commerce after the initial... Read more »
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