Register a U.S. Trademark

Protect your brand name, logo, or phrase

Pricing from $199 + government filing fee

Benefits of Trademark Registration

Prevent others from using your trademark

Trademark registration protects your brand so other people don’t use a similar name or logo for related goods and services.

Nationwide protection

When you register a federal trademark it’s protected in the entire United States. As you grow your business and expand in other states, it’s important to protect it nationwide.

Make your brand official

When you use the cherished ® symbol it gives notice to others that your trademark is officially registered. This increases the credibility and value of your brand.

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File a Trademark in 3 Easy Steps

1. Answer a few questions

Complete our simple questionnaire to begin the process. The online process is simple and takes about 5 minutes to complete.

2. Search for clearance

You have the option of searching to see if there are any results that match your trademark. Find out if someone is already using your name or logo.

3. E-file your application

Electronically file your trademark application with the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) to protect your brand nationwide.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a trademark?
A trademark is a brand for a product or service. The trademark can be a name, phrase, or logo used on a product or advertised for a service. For example, McDonald's® is a name for restaurant or Nike® for shoes.

Is trademark, patent, and copyright the same thing?
No. Trademarks, patents, and copyrights are different types of intellectual property.

Trademark is a brand for a product or service. For example, the name Coca-Cola is used for soft drinks and Nike's swoosh logo is used for clothing.

Copyright protects art, literary works such as novels, music songs, movies, software code, photographs or art.

Patent protects an invention for a new way of doing something or offers a new technical solution to a problem. For example, the electric light bulb was patented by Thomas Edison.

Why should I register a trademark?
Federal trademark registration provides several advantages. It protects your brand identity by preventing other people from using a similar trademark to confuse consumers. It gives you legal presumption of ownership and exclusive rights to use the trademark nationwide in connection with your goods or services. A federal registration allows you to file suit in federal court against other parties who infringe your mark. In addition, you may use the cherished ® symbol. Registering a trademark is one of the most important things you can do in protecting your business or product brand.

How long is the process?
We normally process orders in about 2-3 business days, unless you have a rush. Afterwards, the USPTO will usually take about 3-4 months to examine the application. It’s important to submit a complete and accurate application to make the process smoother.

What do the symbols TM, SM and ® mean?
The symbols ®, TM and SM provide notice to the world that you are claiming trademark rights in any mark using these symbols. You may use the TM on marks identifying goods, and the SM on marks identifying services. You need not have a federal or state registration to use the TM or SM symbols. However, the ® symbol, which provides "statutory notice" can only be used if your mark is federally registered.

Pricing to Register a Trademark



+ federal filing fee*
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Standard package includes:

In-depth federal trademark search
Email delivery of search report
Professionally prepare U.S. federal trademark application
Review application for completeness
E-file your trademark application with USPTO
Customer support available during entire process

Attorney Flat Rate Service Package



+ federal filing fee*
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Premium package includes:

Everything from standard package
Experienced attorney handles your filing
Attorney reviews your application
Phone consultation with your attorney
Attorney files your application with USPTO
Customer support available during entire process

* The USPTO filing fee is $250 or $350 per class of goods or services in the application.