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What is a
Different Types of Trademarks?
How Do You Select a Trademark?
Classifications of Goods & Services
The USPTO looks at classifications of goods/services being similar to the departments in a store. Learn the 45 classes, or categories, that cover all goods and services.
What is the Likelihood of Confusion
Learn how the similarity in sound, appearance, and/or meaning may be sufficient to support a finding of likelihood of confusion.
Should I Hire a Trademark
Learn why the USPTO highly suggest that you hire an attorney to guide you through your trademark registration process.
Although each law firm has its own particular process, here is a general overview of how a law firm's process will be if you decided to hire an attorney. AGAIN, EACH FIRM IS DIFFERENT.
Common Law Trademark vs. Registered Trademark
Click here to learn the difference between a common law trademark and a registered trademark.
The Trademark Registration Process
Check out this example of how the trademark registration process will go if you decided to hire a trademark attorney.
Different Categories of Trademark Protect
Click here to learn about the different categories of trademark protection including Trade Secret and Trade Dress.
What Filing Basis Should You Select?
Learn whether you should file your trademark under 1(a), 1(b), 44(d), or 44(e) filing basis.
U.S. Trademark Application Type and Filing Fees
Learn about the different between Teas Plus and Teas Standard and the the USPTO Trademark filing fees
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