Federal trademark registration fees will increase across the board on January 2, 2021. If you are considering applying for registration of your business or product name or logo, contact The Hilla Law Firm now to apply now! (734) 743-1489 - Affordable flat fees - Virtual consultations - Nationwide service
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The key difference between trademark, copyright, and patent law is in the subject-matter of the Federal protection involved. Federal Patent and Copyright Registration protects the design or work of the creator whereas a Trademark Registration protects consumers' right to know what they are buying and from whom. The Hilla Law Firm represents Trademark clients across the US. Call now to schedule a free, virtual Trademark Registration consultation: (734) 743-1489.
Detroit Michigan Trademark Attorney - A band or rapper or musician's name can be registered as a trademark even if offensive so long as it meets the other criteria for registration. The Hilla Law Firm specializes in helping bands and musicians protect their brands. Affordable flat fees. (734) 743-1489.
Trademark Attorneys - To be registered as a Federal trademark, a board game name or logo must uniquely identify the product to consumers. The Hilla Law Firm will assist you in registering your Federal boardgame trademark with friendly service, virtual consultations, and affordable flat fees. (734) 743-1489.
Trademark Registration Applications for qualifying COVID-related products or services are being prioritized by the USPTO. Learn more: Contact The Hilla Law Firm at (734) 743-1489 to discuss your flat fee trademark registration application.
Trademark Attorneys: To register a Federal trademark for a wine or winery brand, name, or logo, it must be unique enough to identify your company to consumers in interstate commerce. Read more from The Hilla Law Firm, PLLC - (734) 743-1489
Detroit Trademark Attorneys - An increase in trademark government filing fees has been proposed by the USPTO - Attorney John Hilla (734) 743-1489