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Obtaining a patent in the U.S. can be a very time-consuming and expensive process that typically involves several steps. Prior to filing a patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, it is best to first find out whether your invention has already been patented.

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You have received a Notice of Opposition of Trademark. A Notice of Trademark Opposition should not automatically lead you to believe that you are not going to get your trademark registered or be able to use it. As experienced Trademark attorneys, we can tell you that the answer typically is “it depends”.

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Patent marking is the process of adding notices on your products to notify others that these products are either patented or that a patent application has been filed on these products.

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To start a patent, first we begin with an Initial Patent Assessment project to learn about your invention, and advise you on some of the USPTO requirements for patentability, to determine your eligibility for filing a patent application.

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Basic background information on trademark availability frequently asked questions about the process.

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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. [scroll down for a […]

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An experienced trademark registration attorney can streamline the trademark registration process and make sure your trademark application gets filed correctly the r first time. But sometimes, you don’t have the funds to pay a trademark attorney to protect your name, brand or slogan.  In certain situations, you may decide to file your own trademark application. […]

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