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Do you have to trademark a brand name?
In the U.S., a business gets common law rights to a name as soon as it is used in commerce. That means that as soon as you start selling a product or service, you can claim common law ownership of that trademark without formally registering it with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
When should I trademark my brand?
Once the USPTO approves your intent-to-use application, you must start using the name in commerce within six months. Keep in mind it should take at least several months for the USPTO to process and approve your application. If you are still not ready six months after approval, you can file for an extension.
Do I need a trademark for my brand?
In general, you must use a trademark in your business in order to have trademark rights. But the USPTO offers a way for businesses to preserve their right to use a trademark in the future. You will need to begin using your trademark and submit additional paperwork to complete the federal registration process.
Should I get a trademark or LLC first?
Llc first. You need a place to register your trademark. If you have to move it to your LLC later you will have to buy it from yourself. FYI - if you are using a name or logo in commerce you already have some common law trademark rights.
Do you copyright or trademark a name?
Generally, Copyrights protect creative or intellectual works, and trademarks apply to commercial names, phrases, and logos. Trademarks fall under the auspices of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, while Copyrights are granted by the U.S. Copyright Office.
How do I trademark a name for free?
You can not register a trademark for free. However, you can establish something known as a "common law trademark" for free, simply by opening for business. The benefit of relying on common law trademark rights is that it's free, and you don't need to do any specific work filling out forms, etc.
What is the cheapest way to trademark?
Filing with the USPTO The simplest and cheapest way to trademark your name is to file an application at USPTO.gov. Check the USPTO's fee schedule to see how much it will cost to file your application. The basic filing fee is $390, or $195 for "small entities," as of publication.
How do I trademark a name?
To register a trademark, go to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Web site, www.uspto.gov. Don't add a domain extension to your trademark to prevent others from registering the same name by adding another extension.
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