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By contacting Attorney Search Network today, you can be connected to a trademark attorney who fits your needs and will protect your financial rights.

Trademarks are a kind of intellectual property that include any word, term, name, slogan, design, symbol, or any other identifying mark of a product brand. A service mark includes all of the above that identify a brand of service. Trademarks and service marks are viewed equally in the eyes of trademark laws. Since nearly all businesses deal with trademark law, it is important for business owners to understand their rights and responsibilities under trademark law.

Trademarks exist when consumers can identify a business’ mark. Whenever a business’ or product’s name is displayed and advertised publically, whether on the Internet or on a packaging label, the mark is subject to trademark law. Trademark law governs any instance in which a business advertises its mark to promote a product or service. Businesses lay claim to trademarks on a first come, first serve basis. In other words, the first individual who creates and displays a specific identifying mark can claim that mark as his or her own.

If a trademark is not federally registered, the common law rights that the trademark is entitled to will only exist in the geographic area that the trademark is used in. Registering a trademark allows those rights to be extended nationwide. If trademark infringement has occurred, the federal registration process makes it less expensive and easier to win an infringement case and receive compensation. It is necessary to register trademarks in order to avoid down the line a legal battle over the mark. Registering a trademark also allows a business or brand to include the registration notice symbol ® after the mark to notify the public that the trademark is registered.

Trademark attorneys are very knowledgeable about trademark services and can help you choose a trademark, can arrange a trademark search report, and following the report, can advise you on whether you are in the clear to use the trademark in question. Trademark lawyers can also explain to you the trademark process, the cost of trademark registration, help you with your trademark application, and will make sure your application meets the requirements outlined by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). If an USPTO lawyer has any concerns with your application, a trademark attorney can help resolve those objections. If you experience any problems with trademark infringement, a trademark lawyer can help you draft a cease and desist letter.

If you are in need of any of the above services that a trademark attorney can provide, Attorney Search Network can refer you to a pre-screened trademark lawyer near you. Attorney Search Network is a state bar certified attorney referral service that can help you with your trademark needs today.

Contact Attorney Search Network for a Lawyer Referral in your local area with Trademark Experience.