If you are looking to register a trademark, the process can seem intimidating at first. But with the help of an experienced lawyer like those at Saper Law, it is actually quite straightforward and manageable. The first step is to fill out an intake form and submit any supporting documentation that may be required depending on your situation. Next, your application will be reviewed by a Saper Law Trademark Attorney who will assess its eligibility for registration. If there are no issues or concerns with your application, it will generally be submitted within a few days.

Whether you are starting a new business or trying to protect your existing brand, we can help ensure that your trademark is properly registered and protected so you can focus on what really matters – growing your business.

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Daliah Saper, Principal Attorney at Saper Law Offices discusses how to obtain a trademark to protect your business. 

A trademark is one of your business' most important assets. That's why it's important to take measures to protect that trademark on a national level. 
The steps to do so involve first a trademark search of the United States Patent and Trademark register to insure that another business has not already trademarked something confusingly similar to the brand that you are seeking to trademark. 

Assuming the search comes back positive, meaning there are no obvious problems, we will then prepare the application.  Working with you to craft the description of goods and services and the class that is most appropriate for the products and services you are selling. 

We will then submit the application electronically; where it will then get reviewed by a lawyer who works for the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 

After some correspondence the mark will hopefully move forward to what's called publication and then ultimately you will have, again if there are no oppositions by a third party, a certificate that affords you that circle r which means you have trademark protection throughout the United States. 

The entire process can take up to a year, but your rights will always revert back to the earliest of your use or the filing of the application. 

If you have any other questions or more specific inquiries regarding how the process will impact your business, just give us a call. 

312 -- 527 -- 4100
saperlaw.com

Daliah Saper, Principal Attorney at Saper Law Offices discusses how to obtain a trademark to protect your business.

A trademark is one of your business' most important assets. That's why it's important to take measures to protect that trademark on a national level.
The steps to do so involve first a trademark search of the United States Patent and Trademark register to insure that another business has not already trademarked something confusingly similar to the brand that you are seeking to trademark.

Assuming the search comes back positive, meaning there are no obvious problems, we will then prepare the application. Working with you to craft the description of goods and services and the class that is most appropriate for the products and services you are selling.

We will then submit the application electronically; where it will then get reviewed by a lawyer who works for the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

After some correspondence the mark will hopefully move forward to what's called publication and then ultimately you will have, again if there are no oppositions by a third party, a certificate that affords you that circle r which means you have trademark protection throughout the United States.

The entire process can take up to a year, but your rights will always revert back to the earliest of your use or the filing of the application.

If you have any other questions or more specific inquiries regarding how the process will impact your business, just give us a call.

312 -- 527 -- 4100
saperlaw.com

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