Q: Hello, i would like to ask about the process to register a trademark. thanks
I work at an Information technology company named Intalio. We would like to register the Intalio trademark, and confirm if we can register one of our product names previously owned by another company that we acquired.
A: You can contact a trademark attorney such as myself via email to schedule a consultation regarding trademarks and the trademark process.
A: Trademark registration is the next step, and there are many excellent attorneys on Justia. Our firm has filed over 5,000 applications with the USPTO, so we're currently ranked #5 in the world. So please feel free to call or email if you're interested in discussing this further.
A: The process will involve a search for equal or similar trademarks in the federal registry and optionally in state registries. If the results of the search reveal that there are no analogous or very similar registered trademarks, we can then file an application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Please contact me if you have any questions or wish to start the process.
Liliana Di Nola-Baron, J.D., Ph.D.
Attorney at Law
Di Nola IP
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