SAM IP Trademark Attorneys
We offer an affordable flat fee trademark registration service so that you know what the exact cost will be for us to prepare and file your trademark. Our flat fee trademark registration service encompasses the following three steps: the search and consultation, the drafting and filing, and finally, the registration of your trademark application. As described below, these three steps, at our affordable flat fee, offer you incredible value for the registration of your trademark. Let our experienced trademark attorneys assist you in gaining the benefits of a federally registered trademark.
Step 1: Search and Consultation. Our trademark attorneys will conduct a comprehensive trademark search covering federal, state, and common law trademarks. After our search, we will contact you and discuss the likelihood of your trademark registering and further steps which may be required to obtain a registration.
Step 2: Drafting and Filing. Our trademark attorneys will prepare your trademark application and file it with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Step 3: Registration. Our trademark attorneys will contact you and keep you informed as we receive communication from the United States Patent and Trademark Office regarding your trademark. Further, we will respond to any non-substantive trademark office actions that we receive. Finally, we will present you with your Trademark Registration Certificate once your trademark has registered. It should be noted that on occasion the Trademark Office will issue a substantive office action where a trademark examiner will refuse to register your trademark unless a response is submitted convincing the examiner that your trademark is fit for registration under the trademark laws. We will let you know of the risks of receiving a substantive office action which will require more work in order for your trademark to register during the search and consultation phase so that you will know the risks and decide whether or not you want to go forward with registering your trademark.
It should be noted that investing in an experienced trademark attorney to assist you with your trademark registration will save you time, money, and the headache of having a failed trademark application that destined to be abandoned. Will many online registration services boast having filed hundreds of thousands of trademarks at extremely low prices, be cautious as these online services may have actual registration rates as low as 13%.
For further questions about our trademark registration services or for more information about trademarks in general, contact us today! Our goal is to provide you with the greatest degree of protection at an affordable price.
Contact Us Today To Begin Your Trademark Protection
Our trademark attorneys are ready to listen to you and to tailor a unique plan that fits your needs and grants you the greatest degree of trademark protection at an affordable price. We offer flat-fee quotes for trademark registration and for many of our other trademark services, as well as hourly rates depending on our clients' unique situations and needs. If you are ready to begin your trademark registration, enforcement, or have questions about trademarks, call us today to speak to an attorney or fill out our message form.
Colorado & Eastern Utah
Trademark Registration Flat Fee Service
*Government Fee Not Included
STEP 1: Search and Consultation
Federal, State, and Common Law Trademark Search
Trademark Attorney Consultation
STEP 2: Drafting and Filing
Drafting of Your Trademark Application
Filing Your Trademark Application with the Trademark Office
STEP 3: Registration
Keeping you informed on the status of your trademark application
Responding to Non-Substantive Trademark Office Actions
Providing you with your Trademark Registration Certificate
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