A trademark is a word, symbol, or other feature that identifies the source of goods or services. In short, a trademark is a brand. A federal trademark registration begins with an application. When the trademark is registered, the federal trademark registration provides presumed use throughout the United States such that use of the mark cannot be limited within the United States, and no one may use your mark without your permission. A federal trademark registration allows you to seize counterfeits via the United States Marshall Service and block importation of counterfeits via the United States Customs Service.
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|Providing general intellectual property advice regarding patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, including how to identify protectable subject matter; and|
|Conducting a trademark search|