Do You Have the Time to File a Trademark Application?
After you file your trademark application, it usually takes anywhere from 1 year to 18 months to obtain a trademark registration. In some cases, the registration process can take years to complete. During this time, you have to monitor the status of your application regularly and respond timely and accurately to any questions or requests for information you may receive from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) regarding your trademark application. You can check the status of your application using the Trademark Status and Document Retrieval tool. If you fail to respond timely to a question or request for information from the USPTO, your application will be considered abandoned. Further, even if you file a timely response, if your response is incomplete or fails to address all of the issues brought up by the USPTO, your application will be refused registration.
How a Trademark Attorney Can Help
In addition to everything else you have to do to run your business and live your life, do you have the time to monitor your trademark application regularly and respond timely and completely to any inquiries or requests for information regarding your trademark application for the next 12-18 months?
A trademark attorney can file your application, check your application regularly, answer any questions you may have about the trademark registration process, inform you about any questions or requests for information from the USPTO regarding your application, respond timely and completely to any questions or requests for information from the USPTO, and give you regular status updates on your application throughout the trademark registration process. At Johnson Moss LLC, we work to make sure your trademark application is a success. Follow the link to schedule a free 15 minute consultation to discuss your application.