Trademark registration is the process by which you file an application to the USPTO, the United States Patent and Trademark Office, asking the United States government to, essentially, acknowledge and validate that the word or brand or logo that you are submitting is, in fact, considered trademark worthy under U.S. law.
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This is Brian Hall, a trademark attorney with Traverse Legal, PLC, a law firm representing trademark applicants and owners in the enforcement of their trademark rights and defense of their trademark rights throughout the United States. Today, I will be answering the question of why a trademark availability assessment makes sense. Continue reading Why Trademark Availability Assessments Make Sense »