Gerben Law Firm offers a quality trademark service at a reasonable flat rate. For $950, plus a USPTO filing fee of $350 per class of goods/services, you will receive an entire packaging of registration services, including a comprehensive trademark search, attorney consultation time, trademark application preparation, and response to non-substantive Office Actions.
Business owners often have a close eye on the budget when starting a new business. Because of this, they may assume they can’t afford to hire a trademark attorney. That said, the trademark services at Gerben Law Firm were developed with a tight legal budget in mind. As you can see above, our firm’s services start at less than $1000 and can help to ensure that your registration process runs quickly and smoothly. In fact, a recent study by the University of North Carolina showed that working with a trademark attorney increases the likelihood of approval by as much as fifty percent! Consider the following about the cost to hire a trademark attorney.
Gerben Law Firm’s Flat Fee Trademark Registration
At Gerben Law Firm, our goal is to deliver quality legal services at a reasonable flat fee. A basic trademark registration with Gerben Law Firm is $950, plus your filing fee with the USPTO, which is $350 for each class of goods or services you plan to register. This flat rate does not simply cover submission of your application, but also a full federal, state and common law trademark search as well as consultation time with an experienced trademark attorney.
As mentioned above, the first step in our registration process is to conduct a comprehensive trademark search (learn more), using industry leading CORESEARCH software. Once the search is complete, you will then receive an opinion letter and a telephone consultation with your trademark attorney to discuss the findings of your trademark search. The rate also includes a complimentary second search if the first reveals potential conflicts. We will then draft and file your trademark application, and monitor its status with the USPTO. Our trademark attorneys can typically respond to most non-substantive Office Actions on your behalf throughout the process, as well. Once your trademark has been registered, you will receive your registration certificate through the mail.