Trademark services in Volusia County
A full range of trademark, copyright and patent services to entrepreneurs, established businesses and other attorneys (on behalf of their clients). Learn more about trademarks and what we can do:
The most common call I receive is inquiries regarding trademarks, specifically for new businesses or products. A trademark identifies the source of goods. A company name or a specific product, or part of a larger product, may be trademarked. A great example is two of the marks below - “Solace” for boats and “FishThru” for the transom on the boat.
- Trademark Clearance Searches
- Trademark Application Preparation
- Office Action Responses
- Trademark Monitoring
- Trademark Change of Ownership
- Trademark Portfolio Management
- Trademark Renewal Filings
- Trademark Opposition Proceedings
- Trademark Cancellation Proceedings
- Trademark Litigation
- Copyright Applications
What's the difference between a Patent, Trademark, and Copyright?
This video from the USPTO is a great overview of intellectual property law and will get you on the right path to understanding how
to protect your brand, invention, and ideas.
(1) Comprehensive Trademark Search
Conducting a comprehensive federal, state and common law trademark search. Searching works to identify any potential issue with your desired trademark prior to making a trademark filing.
(2) Trademark Attorney Consultation
After commencing work, I will contact you with the trademark search results. You can then set up a time to discuss the search results and any other questions you have about the trademark registration process.
(3) Trademark Application Filing
I will prepare your trademark application for your review and approval. Having drafted and successfully registered other Patent Attorney John R. Nelson understands the intricacies of a US trademark application.
Trademark, Trade Mark, Copyright
Trademark and Copyright work in New Smyrna, Edgewater, Daytona, Deland, Deltona, and Volusia County
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Patent Attorney John R. Nelson understands the different in a trade mark versus copyright. He can guide you through trademark, copyright, and renewal registration.