Miami, FL asked in Trademark for Florida

Q: Is there a way to trademark another item under the trademark I currently have in order to have a lesser fee

..or are all trademarks separate no matter if its different trademarks within one business you currently have?

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Evelyn Suero
Evelyn Suero
Answered
  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • Miami, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: Each trademark application with the USPTO is a separate application with its own fee(s). A logo trademark is filed separately from a word/phrase trademark, for example. However, an applicant may select multiple class/categories of use on a trademark application, but if the applicant later wishes to add additional classes, the applicant must submit a new application for those additional class/categories of use.

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Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta
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  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • Mesa, AZ

A: It depends on the product and services you are offering under the mark.

In general you can have different classes for the same brand.

But depending on your business you can explore different options.

You should speak and consult with an attorney.

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