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Applying for a trademark is more involved than you may think. Work with a skilled Los Angeles trademark lawyer at Trojan Law Offices®
There are important steps to follow when applying for a trademark in California, including selecting the right type of trademark and evaluating the scope of protection granted by the registration. Our experienced trademark attorneys will walk you through the process and set you up for success.
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Filing and procuring a trademark is not the end of the story for many inventors and investors
It’s important to use legal protection to retain exclusive rights to your trademark. The Los Angeles Patent attorneys at Trojan Law Offices® have extensive experience protecting and enforcing copyright, trademark, and trade dress rights. We are also prepared to litigate trademark disputes.
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How Can I Register My Trademark Internationally?
TLO® can help you obtain trademark protections outside the U.S., and we can quickly estimate the cost for this process in each country. You can obtain additional trademark rights if you file overseas within six months of your U.S. filing date, but you can also file overseas after that date.read more
How does the registration process work?
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) administers the international registration system, but the application process for certain parties begins in the United States. A US applicant cannot file directly with WIPO, but must file for trademark protection with the USPTO first.read more
What happens after the registration is filed?
WIPO will send the application for trademark protection to the Madrid Protocol member countries that the applicant chooses. The protection that results is not blanket worldwide trademark protection, but protection overseen by the individual countries.read more
What are the benefits of the international registration process?
The benefits of the Madrid Protocol are simplicity and reduced cost. The process requires only one application, rather than numerous applications covering each country in which trademark protection is sought. One application also means one application fee, which typically greatly reduces the cost.read more