Reasons to Trademark

Most countries in the world don't recognize unregistered trademarks, but even those that do will require you to prove that (1) your brand is a trademark, (2) that you own it, and (3) that it is known to a significant number of people in the geographical area where you claim protection.

  • Minimize risk of rebranding

    With a registered trademark, you minimize the risk of receiving a demand letter claiming that your brand infringes on someone else trademark.

  • Minimize risk of confusion

    A registered trademark makes it a lot easier (and cheaper) to stop your competitors from using your brand. Last thing you want is for someone to leave bad reviews about your business after they have bought from your competitor who used your brand.

  • Maximize value

    A trademark is a valuable business asset. It adds value to your business if you decide to sell, license, or franchise it.

  • Presumption of Ownership

    A trademark registration certificate is all you need to prove that your brand is a trademark and that you own it.

  • Protection is Federal

    A registered trademark covers you across the country of registration.

  • Protection before use

    The only way to protect a brand before launch is to apply for a trademark.

  • Your brand can be found

    A registered (or even applied for) trademark will show up in the Trademarks Office database and will be cited against any future applications for a confusingly similar mark.

How does our Free Trademark Search work?

We offer much more than an automated database checkup for identical marks. Our specialists will check identical and similar marks to create your personal registrability opinion that we will walk you through over the phone.

For free. With no strings attached.

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