The first step for you to acquire rights in your proposed trademark in the United States is for TrademarksMobile to conduct a trademark clearance and availability search. Headed by a former U.S. Trademark Office Examining Attorney, we understand how the USPTO thinks and reacts to proposed trademarks. It is second nature to us.
Based upon our expertise and experience, we can predict with a high degree of accuracy whether your proposed trademark will potentially infringe a prior mark (better known as “creating a likelihood of confusion” in trademark legal speak), determine the strength of the proposed mark (“distinctiveness” in trademark legal speak), as well as avoiding having our clients deal with any unwelcomed trademark infringement cease and desist letters, lawsuits or oppositions.
Get Started Now – Please fill out the Trademark Services Order Form to provide us with the required information to start the trademark search process and to retain TrademarkAuthority. We will then contact you to discuss your information and answer any questions. Upon payment of the Trademark Search Fixed Fee, we will complete your trademark search and provide you the results in approximately 1-3 business days. If you require an expedited search, please let us know and we will do out best to get you your answer quickly.
Trademark FAQs – Please visit our Trademark FAQs pages for information regarding the importance of conducting a trademark search prior to adopting, using or registering a trademark in the United States due to common law or unregistered trademarks and business names, as well as helpful hints on choosing a strong trademark.
The second step for you to secure rights in your proposed trademark (assuming the mark appears available based upon the trademark search) is for TrademarkAuthority to prepare a trademark application which is filed with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (“USPTO”).
Again, headed by a former USPTO Trademark Examining Attorney, TrademarkAuthority can quickly and accurately prepare your trademark application in order to avoid USPTO refusals or third party oppositions and achieve prompt registration of the proposed mark.
Get Started Now – Please fill out the Trademark Services Order Form to provide us with the required information to start the trademark application process and to retain TrademarkAuthority. We will then contact you to discuss your information and answer any questions. Upon payment of the Trademark Application Fixed Fee or the Trademark Search and Application Bundle, we will complete your trademark application and provide you confirmation of the filing in approximately 1-3 business days. If you require an expedited trademark application filing, please let us know and we will do out best to file the trademark application promptly.
Trademark Facts & Tools – Please visit our Trademark Facts & Tools pages for information regarding the important benefits of Federal trademark registration.
TrademarkAuthority is a service exclusively licensed to Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz LLP ("Pearl Cohen"), an intellectual property law firm located in New York, NY, that provides personal and expert trademark and copyright legal services covering the U.S., Europe, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Japan, China and many other countries throughout the world. This Web site may be considered Attorney Advertising. The information provided on this site is not legal advice, but general information on legal issues relating to trademark searching and registration. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
TrademarkAuthority was founded by an expert trademark attorney and former U.S. Trademark Office Examining Attorney who has over twenty-two years experience representing clients on a variety of trademark and copyright law issues. Our legal services include trademark searching, filing trademark applications, responding to USPTO Office Actions, filing Statements of Use, representing clients before the U.S. Trademark Office, Federal and State courts, maintaining trademark registrations, monitoring, policing and enforcing trademark rights and filing copyright registrations.