Trademark Services

Protect your buzz-worthy brand with our professional trademark services tailored to creative industries.

Examples of Famous Trademarks

What is a Trademark?

A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol, design, or combination of these elements that identifies and distinguishes the source of goods or services of one party from those of others. 

It is a unique identifier that helps consumers identify and associate products or services with a particular brand or company.

Why does my brand or business need a trademark?

Protect Against Infringement

Registering your trademark provides legal protection against unauthorized use of your brand identity, and gives you exclusive rights to use your trademark in connection with your goods or services.

Increased Brand Value

A registered trademark can increase the value of your brand and provide leverage for licensing, franchising, or selling our business in the future. It also gives you the ability to expand and diversify your business with new products or services under the same brand name.

Competitive Advantage

A registered trademark can help you establish a distinctive brand identity, increase consumer trust and loyalty, and differentiate yourself from competitors in the marketplace.

Avoid Costly Legal Disputes

By registering your trademark, you can avoid potential legal disputes and costly litigation down the road, saving you time, money, and resources that could be better spent growing your business.

From Search to Registration:
How the Trademark Process Works

Understanding the trademark registration process is critical for businesses looking to protect their brand identity and gain legal rights to their trademarks. Here’s a quick walk through the basic steps involved in registering a trademark.

Step 1
Conduct a Trademark Search
Before registering a trademark, it's important to conduct a comprehensive search to ensure that the trademark is not already in use by another company in a similar industry. This can help avoid potential conflicts and rejections during the registration process.
Step 1
Step 2
File a Trademark Application
Once a trademark search has been completed, the next step is to file a trademark application with the appropriate government agency. In the United States, this is the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), while other countries have their own trademark registration agencies.
Step 2
Step 3
Wait for Examination
After filing a trademark application, the government agency will examine the application to determine if the trademark meets the requirements for registration. This can take several months to a year or more.
Step 3
Step 4
Respond to Office Actions
If the USPTO identifies any issues with the application, trademark application, such as conflicting marks or insufficient information, it will issue an Office Action requiring the applicant to address these issues. The applicant will have a set time period to respond to the Office Action.
Step 4
Step 6
Receive Notice of Publication
If the trademark application is approved, it will be published in the official gazette or journal, giving other parties the opportunity to oppose the registration of the trademark.
Step 6
Step 7
Respond to Oppositions
If an opposition is filed, the applicant will have the opportunity to respond and defend the trademark application.
Step 7
Step 8
Receive Registration Certificate
If there are no oppositions or other issues with the trademark application, the government agency will issue a registration certificate, granting the applicant exclusive rights to use the trademark in connection with the specified goods or services.
Step 8