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Why you Need a Trademark Lawyer

Registering a trademark is not easy. Sure anyone can fill out a form and send it into the Trademark Office with their $335 filing fee. Of course, what happens when the trademark examining attorney sends a letter back in six months stating that you failed to meet the minimum requirements. Or worse yet, the trademark examining attorney finds that the mark that you adopted and used for the past six months is confusingly similar to a prior registration.

You saved the initial cost by preparing the application yourself. However by not speaking with a trademark attorney, conducting a trademark search, and having the application prepared properly you have wasted six months of marketing and advertising costs.

It is highly recommend that you use the services of a trademark attorney. A good trademark attorney will conduct a trademark search of your proposed mark before filing any application. This will save you cost and time in the long run.

If the trademark attorney gives you the green light, then go ahead and adopt the mark and file an application. However, if the trademark attorney says their may be a problem, then at least you know about it before you put up a sign on your store, buy a domain name, and brand your whole business with a trademark that you may not be able to use.

Listed below are some quick reasons why you should seek the advice of a trademark attorney:

1. A trademark attorney can advise you on the adoption and registration of a new trademark. They should be able to tell you how much it will cost, how long it will take, what are your chances of obtaining a trademark registration, and what are your chances of receiving a nasty cease and desist letter.

2. A trademark attorney can run a search report and discover all of the potential problems with a trademark. While a typical search report can cost $1250 with a legal opinion. This is money well spent because it will identify any potential problems.

3. A trademark attorney can assist you in properly preparing a trademark application. Again saving you costs and time. A trademark attorney will ensure that the application is complete.

4. A trademark attorney can assist you in responding to any objections by the trademark office. A trademark attorney can write legal briefs in an effort to overcome a likelihood of confusion objection, or descriptiveness rejection.

5. A Trademark attorney can advise you on how to handle infringing activities by other companies or if your company receives a nasty cease and desist letter telling your company to stop using its trademark.

 

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Peter T. Boyd is licensed by The Supreme Court of Florida Admitted to the Florida Bar and the U.S. District Court for the Northern & Southern District of Florida. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience

 

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