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United States Trademark registration

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Including filing fees,  publication and registration certificate.
Price:
$650.00
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  • Service Items:
    Application for registration
    Search
    Renewal
    Registration of transfer
    Name or address change
  • Other options:
    Filing an application in one class
    For each additional class(1+1)
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United States Trademark registration
$ 400.00
Application for registrationApplication for registration,Filing an application in one class
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Subtotal$2,400.00
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Required information: Apply for goods or services, Trademark pattern, Applicant's name and address Validity of certificate: 10 years Registration takes time: 12-15 months Agent Email: info@inipa.com

 

            

 

United States Trademark Registration Prices

 

 

 

              SERVICE ITEMS

OFFICIAL

FEES(USD)

ATTORNEY

FEES(USD)

 

01

Search

Search for a word mark per class

For each additional class

Search on a device mark or combined mark per class

For each additional class

 

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50

30

70

50

02

Registration

Application for registration, international class (electronic filing, TEAS RF application)    

For each additional class

Application for registration, international class (electronic filing, TEAS Plus application)  

For each additional class   

Declaration of use for intent-to-use application after approval      

Filing a request for a six-month extension of time for filing a statement of use, per Class 

 

300

 

300

250

 

250

125

 

150

 

200

 

180

200

 

180

100

 

150

03

Renewal

Filing an application in one class

For each additional class

Filing late renewal (within 6 months after expiration)

 

325

325

425

 

200

180

220

04

Declaration 

Declaration of use between the 5th&6th year after registration per class

Declaration of use between the 9th&10th year after registration per class

 

150

 

150

 

180

 

180

05

Assignment

Filing an assignment per mark

 

65

 

200

06

Recordal of change

Change of name per mark

Change of address per mark

 

65

/

 

200

150

07

Response to office action

Formal problems (if not filed through us)     

Distinctiveness or prior similar trademarks

 

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150

400

US Trademark Registration

Trademarks do not automatically acquire trademark ownership through mere use. Generally speaking, you can only ensure the rights of a trademark through a legal registration process.

Registering a trademark is not an easy task. Many jurisdictions do not disclose information to the public, and some jurisdictions do not provide reliable data online. Studying similarities with trademarks is a complex task.

With a legally registered trademark, you can get the following
advantage:

  1. Prevent potential imitators from invading your brand,
  2. Other brands claim that your possibility of infringing their trademarks is greatly reduced.

Our trademark attorney in the United States will process your trademark request, check all formalities, and then submit documents to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). You will receive an application confirmation and a copy of the application. If you subsequently object to your application in the United States, we will contact you immediately.
After a formal review by the US Patent and Trademark Office, the trademark will be publicly contested to allow third parties to object if they believe the trademark infringes their brand. The objection period in the United States is 30 days after publication.
If there are no objections and your trademark has been formally approved, you can expect to register within 9 to 16 months.

Note: The price includes all official and professional fees. In the case of objections or objections, the price does not include legal defense. The duration of the trademark registration process is only an estimate, and if any objections and / or objections occur during the trademark registration process, or other events occur, it may change significantly.

Q: Do I have to register a trademark?
Answer: According to the law, the first use of a trademark will obtain the right to use the trademark and does not necessarily require registration. But registered trademarks have their advantages.

Q: What are the ben efits of registered trademarks?
answer:
Inform the public about your right to use the trademark
Owned by law as a trademark owner
Can sue for trademark infringement
You can use trademarks registered in the U.S. to apply for trademarks in other countries
You can apply for a ban on the import of infringing trademark goods at the Border Protection Division
Can add a cool ® logo next to your logo
Your trademark can be found in the database of the Trademark Office

Q: Can I put the “™” “℠” or “®” logo next to my trademark?
Answer: If you want to declare your right to use the trademark, you can add the “™” product mark or “℠” service mark next to your trademark without registration. However, if you want to add the "®" mark, you must use it after the trademark registration application is approved.

Q: Should I search for similar trademarks before submitting my application?
Answer: Yes, most applications will be rejected if similar trademarks have already been registered or used.

Q: Where should I search?
Answer: Both the Trademark Office's Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS) database and the Patent and Trademark Depository Library (PTDL) can be searched

Q: Will the Trademark Office search for me?
Answer: No

Q: Who can apply for a registered trademark?
Answer: The owner of the trademark can apply. The owner can be a natural person or another business entity.

Q: Can children apply for trademarks?
Answer: Subject to state law, if a child as a contractor is required to guarantee that the contract is valid and actionable, then a child in that state can apply for a trademark. Otherwise, parents and guardians should apply for and explain the situation.

Q: Can only US ci tizens apply for a registered trademark in the United States?
Answer: No, but you need to indicate your nationality when you apply.

Q: What is the difference between use in commerce and intent to use?
Answer: The main difference is whether the trademark is already in use when you apply again. If it is already in use, it should be based on being used, otherwise it should be based on intention to use. It is also necessary to submit an application and an application fee for the formal use of the trademark applied for.

Q: What is a sample?
Answer: This is how you use the trademark in business, such as labels.

Q: What is drawing?
Answer: It is the image of the trademark you are about to register. The pattern should be clear and consistent with the logo pattern you want to use. Finally, the pattern can be searched in the database of the Trademark Office.

Q: How can I make trademark applications smoother?
answer:
Hiring a lawyer
Use the online application system TEAS
Check carefully before submitting
Include your E-mail when you apply and keep the Trademark Office informed of changes in your contact details
Use the Trademark Applications and Registrations Retrieval (TARR) database to track your application every 3-4 months and respond to requests from the Trademark Office in a timely manner.

Q: How long does it take to register a trademark?
Answer: Not necessarily, if no objection is raised, within one year.

Q: How long does my trademark use right have?
Answer: In order to maintain the validity of a registered trademark, a statement of use or a statement that reasonably explains why it is not used must be submitted within 6 to 7 years after the trademark is registered and used; an application for extension of the right to use must be filed 10 years before the trademark is registered .

Q: Is my trademark registered in the United States valid outside the United States?
Answer: No. However, if it is a country that has a treaty with the United States, registration in the United States can be used as the basis for foreign applications.

Q: What if other people use my registered trademark in related industries?
Answer: Litigation of trademark infringement is possible.

Q: Can I continue to own trademark use rights for my deceased spouse?
Answer: Yes. Based on state law.

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