Applying for a basic, vanilla trademark is actually surprisingly cheap. However, the costs surrounding the application process can add up quickly.
A common law trademark is a type of legal protection you gain by using your name or logo in commerce in order to market your brand.
Registering your first trademark can be hard. Luckily, this guide covers everything you need to know about registering your mark with the USPTO.
Trademark Class 16 provides trademark protections to businesses operating in the paper and office supply industries. Books are also covered by this class.
Class 12 includes all vehicles and vehicle parts that help transport people and goods by land, air, and water, such as airplanes, boats, cars, and many other vehicle-related marks.
Hiring an attorney when registering for a trademark ensures a thorough application, saves you money in the long run, and gives you the best results overall.
Now that you have a trademark search report, you should review the report and determine if your proposed trademark will conflict with an existing trademark.
Conducting a thorough trademark search before you register your name or mark will give you confidence in the brand name you have chosen.