Trademark Attorney

What Is A Trademark Attorney?

What is a Trademark Lawyer

In the United States, a trademark attorney is a person who is licensed and registered by a state to practice law. This person then practices or specializes in filing and prosecuting trade and service mark registration at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Our primary attorney is licensed in California and is a patent attorney that can also practice as a trademark attorney at the USPTO. Our primary patent paralegal is sponsored at the USPTO and can register trademarks. Importantly, Carson Patents practices in the areas of trade and service mark registration and licensing.

Trademarks can be registered both in the U.S. and internationally. U.S. registration is submitted to the USPTO. International trademark registration is done through the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) where the Madrid Protocol offers a single international trademark application to seek international protection for a trade or service mark.

Trade and service marks are intellectual property protecting brand names, logos, slogans, and audio clips for products and services.

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Trademark Registration Services

Trade and Service Mark Registration steps

For trademarks and service marks, we offer our 4 steps to registration: [1] business search, [2] write application, [3] submit application, and [4] respond to examiner. We offer quoted services for trademark applications in client engagement letters. Our fees are per application and are reduced for multiple applications filed for the same business or entrepreneur at the same time. The USPTO assess a filing fee per class of use for each application. The USPTO filing fee per class is either $250 or $350 for each class claimed in each application.

  • Contact us to discuss your trademarking options.
  • All communications are confidential and privileged.
  • Read about costs to trademark.

Register a trademark in the U.S. and Internationally

Trade and service marks are intellectual property protecting brand names, logos, slogans, and audio clips for products and services. For most businesses, trademarking in the country in which they are located is sufficient. For American-based businesses, international trademarking is started by filing a registration application at the USPTO. The same is true in other countries. Check out the Carson Patents affiliates page for trade and service mark registration in countries other the the U.S.

After a national application is filed (basic application) or issued (basic registration), the Madrid Protocol offers a single international application to seek or get protection for the mark in other countries. Read more about the Madrid Protocol at the USPTO. Read more about international trademarks.

Trademark Registration Attorney Help

Trademark Lawyer Help

For all types and kinds of trademarks, Carson Patents offers expert trademark attorney services remotely online. An owner can trademark business names, slogans, logos, and even sound bytes (audio clips). Read about business name branding.

A separate trade or service mark registration application is required for each mark. In other words, if you want to trademark a business name and the logo with the business name, that would be two registration applications. The first application is for the words of the business name and is usually a standard character mark kind of application in order to have the most flexible use options. The second application is for the logo image (with or without the business name thereon) and is usually a special form mark kind of application.

Trademarking help for registering all types and kinds of trade and service marks from a trademark attorney is available online. Please feel free to schedule a free trademark attorney consultation online by video or voice call. Carson Patents can also help with international trademark registrations. We have trademark attorney affiliates licensed in other countries. Read more about international trademarks.

Free Consultation Scheduling Detail

The appointment times available are those available on our trademark attorney’s active daily working calendar. While this provides assurances that our trademark attorney will be available for the scheduled meeting time, it also means that the times open each day are different and change frequently. Appointments scheduled using our free trademark consult links are actively available and our attorney will meet with you on the day at the time you select. If you are checking for a particular day and time, consider contact us by call, text, or email to request a specific day and time.