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Simplicity Law Trademark Attorney

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Protect Your Most Valuable Asset - Your Brand!

What is a Trademark?

Trademarks and service marks are commercial identifiers, specifically names, slogans, or logos used, or intended to be used, in commerce that identify and distinguish the goods or services of one business from the goods or services of the competition. In short, they are the words and symbols that identify a brand.

Why register your trademark?

Registering a trademark gives the registant the legal presumtion of ownership, it puts others on notice of the registrants claim of ownership and provides the registrant the exclusive right to use the mark in connection with the designated products or services.

Call us today for a free consultation with one of our trademark attorneys. 


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Trademark Services at Reasonable Prices

Our trademark attorneys can assist you with:

  • Trademark applications and availability searches 
  • Responding to USPTO Office Actions
  • Trademark infringement cease and desist letters
  • Trademark transfer agreements.

Is your domain name protected?

How strong are your rights to your domain name? If you purchased it, are you sure you received all the rights you need? Do you have ongoing rights in the name?

Is your use of third party content allowed?

Are you careful in your use of information from others’ websites?

Is your website content protected?

Do you use copyright law or other means to protect your website from being copied by competitors or others?

As you expand into new states, are you properly registering your business?

States require you to register to do business there before you start.

Are your relations with competitors and others in compliance with antitrust obligations?

There are limits to the discussions you can have with your competitors. You also need to be careful with some discussions with your customers and suppliers in certain cases.

Is your advertising truthful and not deceptive?

People stretch advertising pretty far, but there are clear limits. Make sure you stay on the right side of the law.

Do you know what your company’s environmental obligations are?

One of the major liabilities for many small businesses is environmental liability – especially for those that produce products.