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Advantages for Foreign Applicants Seeking A U.S. Trademark Attorney

Are you looking for an expert U.S. Trademark Attorney? You’ve found the best source! We are the most accessible on-line directory to find your next U.S. Trademark Attorney. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (U.S.P.T.O) recently required all foreign applicants to utilize a U.S. Trademark Attorney to file a trademark application in the United States. In most past instances, foreign applicants have built strong mutual relationships with a U.S. law firm and a local foreign law firm. The local foreign law firm facilitates the filing of a U.S. trademark with U.S. law firm and the business relationship is also offered in the receiving jurisdiction. This system has worked with few flaws because the U.S.P.T.O allowed pro se applicants to file applications separately (which is no longer allowed). This process can be time consuming because attorneys have to initially meet the foreign applicant/law firm via a trademark association or by expensive visits or connections with the foreign location. Here, the need for a mutual relationship, which can be time intensive and expensive is eliminated. Instead, a potential client can find qualified expert U.S. Trademark Attorneys in one place.

Advantages for U.S. Applicants Finding and Comparing A U.S. Trademark Attorney

In addition, most people just need a knowledgeable experienced U.S. Trademark Attorney. Routinely, when you file a trademark, you receive tons of solicitations from "trademark attorneys" trying to help you obtain your trademark. The problem is that, before this website, there was no central place to find a trademark attorney or to compare trademark attorneys to find the right lawyer for you. Not only should you hire a trademark attorney who is an expert in trademark law and not just moonlighting, but they should also be knowledgeable about your specialty that you’re trying to protect. For instance, if you want to trademark clothing, the attorney should be aware of terms of art within the clothing industry; if you are trademarking plants, knowledge of horticulture will be important; if your product concerns industrial oils, they should know about them too!

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We make choosing a trademark attorney easy. We’ve done all of the hard work and it’s free, until you hire an attorney. We’ve compiled a thorough list of qualified U.S. trademark attorneys who practice in various industries and speak various languages. All you have to do is decide what works for you. Whether you need a U.S. attorney in New York, Utah, or any state, we have you covered. If you need an attorney that speaks your native language, we’ve got you covered. If you need an automotive trademark attorney, if you need a trademark attorney who understands the food industry, if you need a trademark attorney with knowledge of the technology industry, we’ve got you covered! Just click your specifications and enter your trademark information and you’re on your way! We’re the only company that offers you choices with various qualified U.S. trademark attorneys. Most websites advertise only one attorney and put you in a time-consuming expedition of comparing qualified trademark attorneys. Here, you can easily review and compare highly qualified trademark attorneys who are experts in their field. Just look and click and you’re on the way to protecting your business.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this service free?

a. If you are a potential trademark client who is visiting this website, rest assured, you will not be charged by our website. Any fees that you pay will be for legal fees to your attorney that you choose.
b. Attorneys who are interested in signing up to be featured on the website are encouraged to sign-up for enrollment. The fees for attorneys are explained on the “attorney sign-up” page.

Do I need an attorney to file a U.S. trademark?

a. The United States Patent and Trademark Office is in the process of passing a federal rule that requires that foreign registrants, domiciled outside of the United States, file a U.S. trademark application with a licensed U.S. attorney. If you are domiciled in the United States, you can elect to file the trademark as a pro se applicant or with an attorney. This simply means that, If you live in the United states, that you can file as an individual or you can hire an attorney.

Why do I need an attorney?

a. First, the United States Patent and Trademark Office is requiring that you file a trademark application with an U.S. attorney, but there are other viable reasons to utilize an attorney.
b. While the subject matter of trademarks are understandable, the legal concepts can be complicated. For example, most of us understand what a good, like a shirt, or computer is, however, we may not understand if the proposed mark used with the goods/services is protectable. It may also be difficult to provide the required specificity to explain your goods/services in an application. U.S. trademark rules are very particular. Also, responding to an office action may be difficult. Many office actions are time-sensitive and include intricate details that must be understood and followed. An attorney can assist with these problems.
c. An attorney can conduct a comprehensive trademark search before you file your application. This can help you avoid costly legal expenses.
d. Once you receive a trademark, you must monitor and police your mark to ensure that you maintain your rights. A trademark attorney can help you understand how and when to enforce the scope of these rights.

Are all attorneys on this site verified U.S. trademark attorneys?

a. Attorneys are governed by ethical requirements by each regulating state. These ethical requirements often require that attorneys provide no misrepresentations regarding their ability to practice law and/or their credentials. If we learn of any attorney on our site that does not meet these stringent standards, we will immediately remove them and take all necessary actions.

What considerations should I take in hiring my attorney?

a. When you hire an attorney, you are entering into a contract and a relationship. You should independently verify that you 1) get along with your attorney and can communicate with your attorney and 2) confirm that the attorney has a good knowledge of the area in which you need their expertise, and 3) confirm via state bar associations that the attorney is in good standing and that there are no complaints against the attorney. Don’t be afraid to ask your attorney questions!

What is trademark or service mark?

A trademark is generally a word, phrase, symbol, or design, combination thereof, that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others. This just means that the goods/services come from you or your business. A service mark is the same as a trademark, except that identifies and distinguishes the source of the services instead of the goods. Throughout this website, the terms “trademark” and “mark” refer to both trademarks and service marks.

Do Trademarks, Copyrights, and Patents Protect The Same Matter?

No, trademarks, copyrights, and patents are distinct and each protect different types of Intellectual Property. A trademark typically protects brand names and logos used on goods and services. A copyright protects an original artistic or literary work. A patent protects an invention. For example, if you invent a new kind of toothbrush, you would apply for a patent to protect the invention itself and you might register a copyright for the advertisement you use to market the product, and a trademark to protect the brand name of the toothbrush.

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