Trademark

US federal trademark registration is the most cost-effective and powerful protection available for your IP rights on brand names, logos, catchphrases, trade names, and so on.

You want “protection”, not just “registration”

We know what you want is not a trademark registration certificate but peace of mind. We will never fast-forward and say “let’s file an application.” Will your mark survive in the USPTO examination process? Will your mark serve as a good, strong trademark? These are questions we will address in free consultation.

Most affordable.

We have competition. For one, there are cheaper alternatives to hiring attorneys when applying for a trademark registration. But seldom do they tell you how to protect your rights. IPfever never encourages premature, unnecessary, or frivolous filings of trademark application. Even just for this reason, IPfever is the most affordable TM service there is.

Experienced

Our attorneys only practice intellectual property (“IP”) laws. They are not someone who does trademark from time to time. All they do is IP.

What to expect?

We do not have administrative workers to fill out application forms and perform a cursory review. Our attorneys perform every step of your application in order to figure out the best way to protect your rights.

Popular Articles

  • Acceptable identifications of goods and services (6/1/2020) - There are good reasons you should stick to the Trademark ID Manual when you describe your goods and services in your trademark application. Picking one outside Trademark ID Manual not…
  • TM Int. Classes (11-2018) (2/10/2020) - Class 1 Chemicals for use in industry, science and photography, as well as in agriculture, horticulture and forestry; unprocessed artificial resins, unprocessed plastics; fire extinguishing and fire prevention compositions; tempering…
  • Online Trademark Services: Good or Bad? (1/17/2020) - Let's talk about filing a TM application without any help first. There is no doubt that any US person, including legal entity having address in the U.S., can file a…
  • Trademark Maintenance: does trademark registration expire? (11/23/2019) - Maintaining registration calls for both administrative and executive action. Administratively, you need to file with the USPTO a showing that you're still using the mark after 5 years of the registration, and every…
  • TEAS Plus vs. Standard Explained (11/23/2019) - By carefully filling out all the required blanks and agreeing to go paperless in communicating with the USPTO, you can reduce your application fees from $325 to $225 (TEAS plus). TEAS RF Standard allows…
  • Trademark Clearance Search (11/23/2019) - Clearance Search It is absolutely necessary to find out if there is anyone using your mark prior to your use. A clearance search is often performed through proprietary services, which…
  • Trademark Registration: do I need to hire an attorney? (11/23/2019) - Getting a trademark, you can either "do it yourself" or hire a professionals. DIY option describes not only filing directly via TEAS at USPTO.gov but also using commercial services under $100. Let's compare…
  • Standard Character mark v. Special Form mark (11/23/2019) - There are mainly two types of trademark, a standard one and a stylized one. A standard one (called a standard character mark) establishes your trademark rights to the written words of the mark whereas…
  • Trademark Office Action: how to respond (11/23/2019) - Office Action calls for a legal writing. When there is problem with your trademark application, the Office will issue an OA.  There could be multiple instances of OA per application…
  • You’ve got to “use” your trademark (11/19/2019) - Let's take a look at an interesting story: By the time Apple Inc. debuted iPhone in January 2007, the prefix "i" had already become a thing of Apple. The inauguration of iMac series dates back in…