Orlando, FL asked in Business Law, Trademark and Intellectual Property for Florida

Q: I Have a brand with it "ATLAST" I want to registrer this name as my trademark. I want some information. What i can do ?

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: To register "ATLAST" as your trademark, conduct a thorough search to ensure it's not already taken. Then, submit an application to the appropriate trademark office, such as the USPTO, with the required fees and detailed information about your brand. Consider hiring a trademark attorney for guidance. A registered trademark provides legal protection and exclusive rights to use "ATLAST" for your goods or services.

Felicia Altman
Felicia Altman
  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • Mercer Island, WA

A: In order to register a trademark you must first conduct a search to ensure the mark is not already registered with the USPTO in a similar class of goods or services. Once a trademark search is completed, if the search is clear you can register an In-Use or Intent-to-Use application with the USPTO. To ensure the process is done correctly, it is recommended to consult with a trademark specialist to assist throughout the process.

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