Washington, DC asked in Trademark for District of Columbia

Q: How do I contact a trademark holder to speak with him/her about buying his/her trademark?

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Joanne Belasco
Joanne Belasco
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  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • Boston, MA

A: You can look up any federally-registered trademark at the USPTO site, www.uspto.gov. Once you find the trademark, you can click on the registration number to find who owns the trademark, and that person's or company's contact information.

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Evelyn Suero
Evelyn Suero
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  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • Miami, FL

A: Contact the owner listed on the USPTO or their attorney of record.

Jason Brooks
Jason Brooks
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  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • los angeles, CA

A: The info Joanne provided below (or above?) is correct. The only way to attain the owner's information is through the USPTO's database. The owner's name and address will generally be listed on the main page containing the general trademark description and info, but for more detailed contact info, you may have to examine the application (and any amendments) by clicking on the box labelled "TSDR". If the owner is represented by an attorney, then you'll have to contact the attorney to initiate communications. If you need assistance in making contact and negotiating a buyout, feel free to email me at: jason@altviewlawgroup.com

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