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Tips in Getting Your Company Name Trademark Registered

If you want to get the rights of owning and using your company name, then you have to have it trademark registered. What is good to know is that in this information age, you can easily register for a trademark. But how does it all happen or what are the very first steps that you need to do? Well, that is exactly the reason why this article is here. Below are the how-tos of registering a trademark for your company name, so kindly take the time reading from beginning to end.

Tips in Getting Your Company Name Trademark Registered


These days, it will not be a difficult thing for you to look for ways to trademark register the name of your company. The steps involved may even be very simple. Gone are the days when you have to actually be present in the patent and trademark office and stay there for many hours and come back the next day just to complete the trademark registration. At this time, the process has gone very speedy that you may only have to take about 90 minutes of your time to start and complete the process of registering your company name for a trademark. If you want to do it in the quickest time, you would rather be in the official website of the patent and trademark office.


Before you begin with the registration process, it is necessary for you to check first if some other company has used the same name and has registered it already. In case the same name has already been utilized, then that would you have to come up with a new name for your firm. To do the checking, you can visit the Trademark Electronic Search System (“TESS”) database that is just right in the website. The first entity to register for a particular name and mark is the one considered to be entitled for its ownership. If you have used the mark and the name first but have only gone late in the registration process, then you may choose to proceed with the same name but things will have to be straightened out with the aid of a lawyer and through a court proceeding.


If you choose to register a trademark online for your company name, mark or logo, you will probably be needing to pay in between $275 and $325. But then you will also have to provide some other information like the kind of goods and services for which the mark will be used as well as the date of the first use of the mark. Basically, it is nice to have your logo or mark registered before you utilize it.

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