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How Do You Trademark a Name in the US? – YouTube Video

Monday, July 7th, 2014

The process of trademarking a brand name may sound like a relatively easy process.  However, there are crucial steps that need to be considered and/or completed before, during and after the application process.  Some of these things include understanding what the factors are for determining the filing fee, knowing how to respond to any possible Office Actions filed by the Examining Attorney during the application process, and taking the proper steps to protect your trademark once it is filed.  This video gives a good overview of the basic steps which need to be done to trademark a brand name, but there are other specific details that also need to be covered during the process.  Failing to be prepared for such potential issues could lead to the denial of your application or a trademark infringement dispute.  The attorneys and staff at Traverse Legal have extensive experience in the entire process of trademarking a brand name and can help you successfully get your brand name trademarked. 

Hi, I’m Kiyla Fenell, business expert with  A frequent question I get in my line of work is how to trademark a name?  So today, I’m going to give you my best advice on how to protect your intellectual property from copycats that might try to steal your work.  The first thing that you need to know is a trademark is a brand name.  There are universal symbols that are used to identify a brand name has been taken.  The very first is the ‘R’.  The ‘R’ means that the trademark has been registered.  Second, is the TM if it is not.  If you currently using a brand name, you can already begin to use the TM.    Continue reading How Do You Trademark a Name in the US? – YouTube Video »

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How to Register a Name as a Trademark

Monday, June 25th, 2012

If you want to protect your name as a trademark, there a numerous steps that you need to go through. It is not as simple as simply filling out a form. If you do anything incorrectly on your trademark registration application, your trademark, even if it gets registered, because it’s of course based on the information that you and your trademark attorneys provide, could be invalid. So you could have spent all that time and money for nothing, because somebody challenges your trademark down the line and it turns out you provided some misinformation, either intentionally or innocently. Boom, your trademark is invalid.

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  • Cybersquatting Law, Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act Miami, Florida
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