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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.
Protect Your Web Content. Many founders know to trademark their logo/brand name. however, many founders overlook protecting their Web content. Set up Google Alerts. Use IP Protection. Create a Distinctive Mark. Register Your Trademark. Get a Patent. Create an Employee Handbook. Trademark Your Brand.
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.
Copyright and Logos. 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.
Since trademarks are used to identify a company or brand, it makes the most sense to file for trademark protection on the brand name, logo or image. So, if you are investing in a brand image, you should seek a trademark registration to protect it. But, your image may also qualify for copyright protection as well.
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.
The registration fee to copyright a logo is $39, and the cost to send a paper application form is $65.
$275 to $660 The cost to trademark a name at the federal level ranges from $225 to $400 plus legal fees or $50 to $150 for a state trademark. The average cost to trademark a logo is $225 to $600 plus any legal fees.
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