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How can I protect my company logo?

Decide on Your Logo Concept. Check for Existing Trademarks Before You Approve the Design. Ensure a Design Distinctive Enough to Trademark. Apply for Your Trade Mark as Soon as Possible. Wait for the trademark to be approved. Recent Example of a Logo Dispute.

Can you trademark a logo without a business?

A logo is one of the most common forms a trademark takes. A company does not need to trademark its logo; simply by using the logo in commerce, the company already has a trademark.

Can you trademark a logo?

If you are interested in trademarking your logo, company name and domain name, each one must be trademarked separately. Even if your business name is part of your logo, the two must be registered individually. It takes between 10 and 16 months to secure trademark registration with the USPTO.

Is it necessary to register a logo?

You should bear in mind that there is actually no legal requirement to register your company logo, however, it's definitely worth your time. If you want to protect it from being used by other people, you should have it registered as a trademark.

How do I trademark my company logo?

Complete a trademark search. Secure your rights. Submit an initial application at on the Trademark Electronic Application System or TEAS. Fill out the TEAS form for an initial application. Be sure to upload the file of your logo. Submit an "intent-to-use" form. ... Pay the fees.

Do I need to copyright or trademark my logo?

At the most basic level, a trademark protects logos and slogans while a copyright protects creative intellectual design. However, the copyright doesn't protect short phrases often found in a logo; that is protected by the trademark. This naturally begs the question why a company might need both in a logo design.

How different does a logo have to be to avoid copyright?

In order for a work to have copyright protection, it must reach a requisite level of creativity. Many logos, however, do not. Since copyright can't protect a name, colors or the design of the logo, most simple logos simply do not have the required level of creativity to be considered copyrightable.

How much does it cost to copyright a logo?

The registration fee to copyright a logo is $39, and the cost to send a paper application form is $65. If you are applying online, you can pay your fee via credit card.

How much does it cost to trademark a logo?

What Does it Cost to Trademark a Logo? The cost to trademark a logo with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is $225$600 as of January 2017, plus legal fees. You can register a trademark with your state for $50-$150, but federal registration offers a great deal more legal protection.

How do I trademark my logo?

Complete a trademark search. Secure your rights. Submit an initial application at on the Trademark Electronic Application System or TEAS. Fill out the TEAS form for an initial application. Be sure to upload the file of your logo. Submit an "intent-to-use" form. ... Pay the fees.
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