Roman V.

Trademark Attorney
Member Since: July 10, 2021
Milwaukee, WI

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December 7, 2021
A: Hello, I'd be glad to help with the trademark registration for your new business to protect the name, logo, or slogan associated with it. I am a US licensed trademark attorney and run my own trademark practice dedicated to all aspects of trademark protection. I have worked with clients in various industries, including software, hardware, manufacturing, food/beverage, e-commerce space, professional services, and many others. I offer a flat rate package of $700 per trademark filing (plus USPTO fees which are $250-350 per class), which includes all of the below. Search fee: $350 • a trademark search and clearance report to identify any potentially similar marks that would block a USPTO application • covers USPTO database, state registries, domain databases, social media sites, and general internet search for potentially conflicting registered trademarks (live or dead), and common law mark) • also includes follow up consultation with me to review and answer questions on the report Filing legal fee: $350 • draft and file the trademark application with the USPTO • includes drafting all applicable classes (client can choose which to include) • responses to minor USPTO office actions • likelihood of confusion and descriptiveness refusals are separate fee, based on details of the office action USPTO fees: • $250/class if you choose the USPTO pre-approved class descriptions (most of the time, this covers the client's products/services • $350/class if you write your own class description for unique products/services If you have any questions about the proposal or trademark process, I would be glad to set up a free 15 minute call to answer any initial questions. Thank you for your consideration.
November 2, 2021
A: Yes, it's generally possible to trademark the name of your software, as long as it is not a generic name or descriptive of the product. You should also do a clearance search to make sure no other company is using the same or similar name for similar services. I would be glad to discuss more details and help with the trademark process. Thanks.