Unique logos can be trademarked when they are registered with the USPTO. Federal trademark registration is an important part of establishing a successful brand. Logo registration provides the legal right to use the logo across all 50 states and provides an ease of registration in foreign countries. It prevents others from using your logo, or a confusingly similar logo, for their purposes.
How to Register a Logo
Registering a logo provides protection against infringement and confusingly similar knock-off logos. Trademark lawyers can run thorough clearance searches of their clients’ proposed trademarks and identify and inform their clients of any possible issues before filing. They can draft, file, and prosecute their logo trademark applications to ensure that they are prepared from the start to litigate as needed and to give them the best possible chance of USPTO approval.
Logo Registration Process
Trademark lawyers in Southfield, MI, help clients by researching the registrability of their logos and drafting and filing their trademark applications. Trademark lawyers will develop an understanding of their client’s business, their products and services, and their plans moving forward. They will then do the proper research needed to create a detailed opinion letter to send to clients with problems that they should be aware of. The trademark lawyer will then draft and file a logo registration application.
Logo Register With Noble Path
Noble Path Trademark Law is located in the Metro Detroit area of Michigan and represents clients in need of trademark registration and management in Southfield, MI, and nationally. We offer a simplified process for registering logos as Federal trademarks. Our Owner and Managing Trademark Lawyer John Hilla has over 16 years of practice and provides exceptional customer service and fulfillment. Call us at (313) 380-0492 or contact us online to schedule your consultation today or learn more about us!