Creating, reserving, and filing for a trademark for your business or startup takes some time and creativity, but can be done with ease.
The first step for trademark registration is to file an application with the United States Trademark and Patent Office (USPTO). The application includes basic information; however, a crucial requirement is researching to see whether the trademark you seek has been previously registered by someone else.
Researching prior filings will minimize your costs, otherwise your application will be denied, and your application fees will not be reimbursed.
Prior preperation and research will be minimize your time spent and maximizing your chances of obtaining an approval by the USPTO.
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