|Direct-Hit Search of the Federal USPTO
database which will include exact matches only for live and pending application.
This search will reveal direct conflicts of pre-existing marks, including exact matches only. Know before you pay the filing fee with the USPTO. This is a basic search, but does not gaurantee clearance with the USPTO. For a more comprehensive search, Trademark Regant highly recommends adding a Comprehensive Search Report to your order.
|Professional Preparation of your federal trademark application.|
|Digitalization and Formatting of your trademark specimens and designs.|
|Electronic Delivery of your trademark application with no need to wait for mail or dealing with paper files. This will qualify you the reduced government filing fee.|
|Secure Online Account with calendar of important dates. Your status, documents, and important deadlines will be available to you 24/7 through your online account.|
|1 Month of Trademark Monitoring service to notify you of possible infringers of your trademark.|
|Cease and Desist Letter A customized form that can be used if someone infringing on your
Cease and Desist Letter
A letter sent to someone you believe is infringing on their mark. It is not a court order and it does not have the same effect as an order. However, it usually provides notice to the infringing party and gives them an oppurtunity to cease and desist (i.e stop) using the infringing mark to prevent the filing of a lawsuit. If the infringer continues to use the mark despite the cease and desist letter, you may be able to recover additional damages if you end up filing a lawsuit.
|Transfer and Assignment Letter If you need to sell or otherwise convey your mark, you
have access to your template that you can further customize to your needs.
Transfer & Assignment Letter
Like any other business asset, you can sell, license or assign your trademark. To remain valid, however, someone must continue to use the mark in commerce and you must register your assignment with the USPTO. If you use our Standard or Deluxe Package, we can help you with a transfer of the trademark. Sometimes, individuals register the mark before a company is officially set up. Then, once the company is formed, you need to transfer the mark into the company. We can help with that too.
|Private Registration Everyone hates spam and sales calls. Do not give scammers your email address and phone number. Trademark Regant can ensure that your phone number and email address do not become part of the public record through the USPTO online database ($60 value)||-||-|
|24-hour Expedited Processing of the preparation of your trademark application. Normal processing time is 5 business days in our Basic and Standard packages ($49 value).||-||-|
|Trademark Monitoring is a subscription service that will auto-renew for $175 yearly at the expiration of your promotional period if not cancelled.||GET STARTED||GET STARTED||GET STARTED|
Hire a professional to perform a ‘clearance search’. There are 2 basic kinds of clearance searches. The first one is called a ‘preliminary knock-out search’ whereas the second one is called ‘full search’. Each of them has a different purpose and each case will determine whether it needs one or both.
You can easily stop someone from using your trademark if you can prove that you were the first user of the trademark and that both names are bound to create confusion among consumers. Of course, the Federal Registration will have a better mechanism to stop infringers. You will also have common legal rights to stop them while you conduct legal business.
Anybody that is introducing a new brand identity, or is planning on offering newly branded services or products, should take the necessary steps to protect their trademark.
The answer to this question will differ from agency to agency and based on staffing changes and enhanced technologies at the US Patent & Trademark Office. If you’re asking us specifically, you can count on the entire application process to take from 9-to-12 months.
It can take up to 10 years. Also, the registration can easily be renewed so long as you have made sure to maintain an uninterrupted use of your trademark in interstate commerce.
If you have a federally registered trademark, you will be able to use the ® symbol. For every other mark, whether unregistered or registered, you will not be required to add a designation. However, we always advise mark owners to attach the ‘SM’ or ‘TM’ symbol to let the industry know that your company name, logo, or symbol is proprietary to your services or goods.
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