Premium Trademark Application Service- $1595
We help creative entrepreneurs in all 50 states protect their trademarks via registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office at a very competitive flat-fee.
Comprehensive trademark clearance search of the Federal database, all 50 states, business names, domain names social media platforms and social names
Search report with an Attorney-drafted Opinion Letter based on the search results
15 Minute Follow-up Consultation to discuss the search results
Specimen compilation to ensure that you have the best example to prove to the USPTO that you are using the mark in commerce
USPTO application filed in 1 class
Non-substantive Office Action responses
Monitoring the progress of your application until the USPTO renders a final decision
Mailing your Trademark Registration Certification to you.
1. I would like to register my application in more than one class, what is your fee?
Additional classes are $550 per class if being registered on the same application.
3. Do you offer payment plans?
Yes, we offer 2-part payment plans. 50% of your package fee must be paid once your legal services engagement agreement is signed and the remaining 50% is due 30 days later. Your application will be filed with the USPTO when full payment is rendered.
4. What is a specimen?
A specimen is a real-world example of how you are using the trademark in connection with your goods and/or services. Many trademark applications are jeopardized due to the submission of an improper specimen. We will work with you to strategically compile the best possible proof of your trademark use.
5. What is an Office Action?
An office action is an official letter sent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In it, an examining attorney lists any legal problems with your chosen trademark, as well as with the application itself. You must resolve all legal problems in the office action before the USPTO can register your trademark. You must respond to the Office Action within 6 months or your application will be considered 'abandoned.'
6. What is a non-substantive Office Action?
A non- substantive office action usually consists of minor administrative issues. Generally, the Examining Attorney will ask that these issues be corrected in order for your trademark to be successfully registered.
7. What are substantive Office Actions? Are they included in my trademark registration package?
A substantive Office Action occurs when an examining attorney raises legal rejections as to why your trademark cannot be registered. Very often, an examining attorney may claim that the proposed trademark is confusingly similar to an existing registered trademark; it is merely descriptive or it lacks the necessary distinctiveness required to achieve registration. Responses to these Office Actions usually require in-depth legal research and putting forth a persuasive and substantive legal argument citing statutory and/or case law.
Substantive Office Actions will be billed separately based on the scope of work.