Have a skilled trademark attorney perform a search and draft, file
and track your new trademark application.
Trademark applications prepared by experienced trademark attorneys are 60% more likely to pass the review process than those prepared by non-attorneys. Work with experienced trademark attorneys to give your application the best possible chance of registering.
You fill out the law firm's online agreement and pay the flat fee by credit card.
The trademark attorney assigned to your file contacts you with questions about your mark. You review and sign the trademark application and pay the associated government fees.
Your trademark attorney files your application with the USPTO and keeps you updated on the status of the application.
It takes the USPTO approximately three months from the time your new trademark application is filed to review the application. While you wait, you can rest assured that your application is in good hands - your trademark attorney is listed as the attorney of record on your application and will contact you if any problems emerge during the review process. Your attorney will also contact you once your trademark registers. You will never have to deal with the USPTO directly.