Protect Your

Brand's Identity

Secure brand ownership. Secure your legacy.

Why Trademark Registration is Important?

Brand ownership

Trademark registration is the ONLY way to obtain brand ownership. No, your LLC does NOT provide you with ownership. An LLC is a business structure. 

Brand exclusivity

A registered trademark provides you with the exclusive right to operate and market under said trademark. NO OTHER business will be able to use the exact or SIMILAR trademark. 

Stop brand thieves

Leverage the power of registration to stop copycats and brand thieves in their tracks.

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What is a trademark?

Our trademark registration process:

1. Trademark conflict check 

2. Trademark intake form 

3. Trademark intake call

4. Trademark clearance search (comprehensive)

5. Attorney opinion letter

6. Post search review meeting with Attorney Victoria Walker

7. Trademark application evidence gathering and preparation 

8. Trademark application submission 

Frequently asked questions

How long will it take to register my trademark?


Typically 8-12 months for trademarks currently in use. If the USPTO issues an office action, then registration can take longer.




How many trademark classes do I need to register in?


It depends on your business. The USPTO puts all products and services into 45 classes. We will help you identify all required classes needed to protect your business.




Do I need to register my business name and logo separately?


Yes. The USPTO allows one trademark—that's one name, one logo, or one slogan—per application. We offer discounted trademark registration packages for clients wanting to file two trademark registration applications concurrently.




What can I register as a trademark?


You can register almost anything you use as a source identifer including: 1. business name; 2. logo; 3. slogan; 4. product/service name; 5. trade dress (packgaing, appearacne, brand colors, etc.).




What's the difference between a basic and a comprehensive search?


A basic search looks for direct hits (aka exact matches) in the federal database (USPTO) to see if someone already registered your mark. With a comprehensive search, we look for exact and similar matches registered with the USPTO plus, we'll see if someone uses but hasn't registered your mark (common law trademark).





When to register your trademark?

1. Trademark conflict check 

2. Trademark intake form 

3. Trademark intake call

4. Trademark clearance search

5. Attorney opinion letter

6. Post search review meeting with Attorney Victoria Walker

7. Trademark application evidence gathering and preparation 

8. Trademark application submission 

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