”To help bridge the gap between self-trademark application and hiring a Trademark attorney, SpellBrand has developed an entire trademark process that follows active trademark rights. We take pride in our hassle-free and affordable trademarking services.
If you are serious about your startup venture and want to create a prominent brand identity, consider investing in eligible trademarks such as the brand’s logo!
Your brand logo is the asset of your business and reduces the risk of intellectual property infringement. You should formulate the strongest trademarks and work on trademark registration to give your brand a unique look.
If you try to do it yourself, the entire trademarking process can be complex, expensive, and painful.
However, if you hire a Trademark attorney, then it will be painless, but it will be expensive. At SpellBrand, we have created a streamlined process for trademark application and registration to make our clients trademark owners at affordable rates.
According to Intellectual Property Rights, having a registered trademark for commercial purposes is important. If your startup provides services worldwide, you must have a separate trademark from a common law one.
We work with experienced trademark attorneys to conduct the federal trademark search, review, and prepare trademark applications for our clients.
Our legal team will submit the trademark application to the U.S. Patent And Trademark Office (USPTO) (for US based brands), monitor and correspond with USPTO during the entire duration of the application and respond or appeal when required. Our service fees include attorney costs as well as Government fees.
How Trademark Registration Helps With Claims of Trademark Infringement?
Sometimes, the legal action required to pursue a trademark infringement case can be substantial. However, by trademarking your brand, you can help protect it and ensure its long-term success.
Trademarking applications can be a hassle, but SpellBrand helps companies achieve trademark registration in no time.
For example, if anyone takes your product images and sells them as their own, this is deemed intellectual property infringement. Therefore, you need to take legal action according to copyright law.
With a trademark, you can add your logo over your pictures or registered products to avoid classic trademark bullying.