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Protect Your Brand with Trademark Registration

We are trademark attorneys committed to doing trademark registration the right way! Unlike LegalZoom or TrademarkEngine’s do-it-yourself
approach, every application via TrademarkElite.com is managed and filed by experienced trademark attorney!

Comprehensive Trademark Search Report Package

The efficient & affordable trademark search offered by U.S. licensed attorneys

$299.00

$299.00 / application

  • Much more comprehensive than straight-forward knockout search.
  • Easy to read comprehensive report sent to you electronically.
  • Attorney identifies these conflicts are likely to be a problem, evaluates potential risks, and proposes strategy for next step
  • No Hidden Costs or Fees.
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U.S. Trademark Registration Elite Package (Best-Value)

The most selected popular trademark filing service offered by licensed attorneys

$199.00 + *Govt fee

$199.00 / class

  • Attorney searches the trademark databases for direct-hits.
  • Attorney reviews your application including classification selection, and analyze your trademark.
  • Attorney may rewrite your trademark's description of goods and services
  • Attorney prepares your trademark registration application and submits it to Government Trademark Office (USPTO).
  • Quick and easy online questionnaire designed by world-class trademark attorneys.
  • You will receive automatic status-updates on your trademark for free.
  • No Hidden Costs or Fees.
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*Govt fee will be directly paid to the government trademark office when we are ready to submit your trademark registration application.

U.S. Trademark Monitoring for
2 years Package

Get continued protection through our comprehensive and customized monitoring.

$299.00 2 years

$299.00 / application

  • Systematic monitoring of similar marks that filed by others.
  • Weekly send customized report to you.
  • Full customer service and 24/7 access to your admin portal.
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Trademark Registration Service

Protect your brand by registering your name or logo online in just minutes. Complete our simple questionnaire to begin the registration process. Select the countries you wish to register your trademark. Your trademark application will be processed and filed correctly by our experienced attorneys. You will be informed periodically about the process.

Trademark Comprehensive Search

You can use www.trademarkelite.com for free Trademark Search. A Comprehensive Trademark Search looks at multiple public and private databases of company names,  domain names, state trademarks, press releases, business publications, among others. Comprehensive search identifies trademarks that may not be identical, but may block your efforts at registration for other reasons.

Trademark Office Action Response

Receive an Office Action? It’s OK. We are here to help. Over 60% of trademark applications receive Office Actions from the USPTO. Although it may seem distressing, it doesn’t have to be. Many Office Actions can be cleared up with some clerical fixes and agreeing to some changes proposed by the USPTO.

Trademark Statement of Use

Receiving a Notice of Allowance is an exciting step in the trademark registration. It means you are entitled to federal trademark protection. You need to show the USPTO you are using your mark. We can help you file your Statement of Use, sometimes called an Allegation of Use.

File Statement of Use Extension

Receiving a Notice of Allowance is an exciting step in the trademark registration. You need to show the USPTO you are using your mark. If you have not started to use your mark, and need more time to file your Trademark Statement of Use Extension with the USPTO, we are here to help you extend your deadline for another six months.

Trademark Renewal

If it’s been five years, it’s time to file a Declaration of Use stating that you still use the trademark. A Section 8 Trademark Declaration is a statement made to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). If it’s been nine years, it’s time to renew your trademark (called a “Section 9” filing) to maintain their trademark rights.

Revive Abandoned Trademark

If it’s been five years, it’s time to file a Declaration of Use stating that you still use the trademark. A Section 8 Trademark Declaration is a statement made to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). It confirms your federal trademark has been in continuous use for five years. Those who fail to file their Section 8 Trademark Declaration on time will lose their registration.

Trademark Ownership Transfer

Receiving a Notice of Allowance is an exciting step in the trademark registration. You need to show the USPTO you are using your mark. If you have not started to use your mark, and need more time to file your Trademark Statement of Use Extension with the USPTO, we are here to help you extend your deadline for another six months.

Trademark Monitoring

After you have invested the money to register your trademark, you are responsible for enforcing your own trademark rights. In order to enforce your rights, you need to know when others are using of trademarks that are similar to yours. Trademark Monitoring gives the information you need to enforce your trademark rights!

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Our experienced attorney helped thousands of clients with custom intellectual property solutions, enabling
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Ryan helped me trademark the name and logo for my dental practice. He clearly explained the entire process, and I’m happy to say both of my marks are registered! I will definitely be using Trademark Elite in the future.

I’ve used other filing services in the past, but Trademark Elite’s service is worlds apart. A real attorney – not a customer service representative – guided me through the entire process, and I didn’t feel like a “just a number.”

Ryan has been great throughout the entire trademarking process. He is clear and responsive, and I would definitely recommend him to my friends that need trademarks or other legal help with their business.

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Trademark Search FAQs

Still have questions? Call 1-833-863-5483 or LIVE CHAT with us for real-time support.

A trademark search is a search of public and/or private databases to find out whether your desired trademark is available.

You do not have to do a trademark search.  But if you start using a trademark, or pay to apply for registration of a trademark without doing a search, you may later discover that someone else already owns a conflicting trademark.  If this happens, you may be liable for trademark infringement. If the other person started using their mark earlier than you used yours, you will not be able to get a trademark registration.  In addition, you will be required to choose a different trademark and change all of your branding. This can be frustrating and very expensive.

A good trademark search can help you avoid these risky and expensive mistakes.  By investing a little extra time and money to do a clearance search, you will be able to have the confidence of applying for a trademark that is actually available.

Before you apply for a trademark, you should run a search to see if any other trademarks are already registered or applied for that are:

(A) similar to your trademark and

(B) used with related products or services

A trademark that is similar to yours and used with related products or services will block your trademark from being registered because it creates a likelihood of confusion. Doing a search before you file your application can help avoid expensive errors.

The USPTO does not guarantee registration.  They approve or reject new applications on a case-by-case basis.  Once an application is filed, no changes are permitted. The USPTO will not refund fees for rejected applications.

A preliminary trademark search may also called a “knockout” search or “exact match” search.  This type of search identifies identical names, and names that may differ by one or more letters from your desired trademark name.

A preliminary search can be completed at a very low cost, but it does not give you a complete picture of likelihood of success.

A preliminary search only shows you if the exact name you want to register is available.  It does not show you whether there are similar names or names registered in related categories that will prevent your application from being approved.

A preliminary search also does not tell you if someone else has prior rights in a trademark that is similar or identical to the one you want to use, even if they have never registered that trademark. Not knowing this information could be fatal to your branding strategy.

Comprehensive Trademark Search looks at multiple public and private databases of company names, domain names, state trademarks, press releases, business publications, among others.  This type of search identifies trademarks that may not be identical, but may block your efforts at registration for other reasons.

A Comprehensive Search can show you if there are other registered marks that, while not identical, are “confusingly similar” and therefore likely to result in marketplace confusion.  “Confusingly similar” trademarks will cause your application to be refused.

A Comprehensive Search can also show you if someone has trademark rights in a name similar to yours even though they have not applied for federal registration. The United States is a “first to use” country.  Someone who started using a trademark before you, even if they did not federally register the name, has rights that will cancel out your rights to that name, of any “confusingly similar” name.

The only way to uncover these unregistered marks  is a Comprehensive Trademark Search.

Unregistered trademarks create tremendous silent risk for new applicants.  Even after you successfully register your desired trademark, the owner of the unregistered trademark can petition to cancel your registration.  To succeed, they only have to prove they sold products under the name before you did.

In a worst case scenario, you could even end up being liable for infringement damages of up to triple the profits you made during the years you used the trademark while knowing about the other brand owner.

You may be able to perform an “exact match” search on your own by searching on TrademarkElite.com or USPTO website.

Comprehensive Trademark Search requires access to several third party databases that are not publicly available, and sophisticated, propriety search software.

An attorney who specializes in trademarks and Intellectual Property law can help you perform a Comprehensive Search. In addition, the attorney will help you interpret the search results, which can be tricky, and can predict whether or not your trademark application is likely to be successful.

You may be able to perform an “exact match” search on your own by searching on TrademarkElite.com or USPTO website.

Comprehensive Trademark Search requires access to several third party databases that are not publicly available, and sophisticated, propriety search software.

An attorney who specializes in trademarks and Intellectual Property law can help you perform a Comprehensive Search. In addition, the attorney will help you interpret the search results, which can be tricky, and can predict whether or not your trademark application is likely to be successful.