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Have you experienced the gut-wrenching angst of having someone “borrow” your stuff — your program name, content, logo? Are you afraid to share too much because you’re afraid someone will borrow your ideas?
Trademarks can help protect your logo, business name, product name and more.
What are trademarks?
Trademarks are a way of registering your slogan, logo, system, process or title with the government to prevent others, including your competitors, from using your ideas. Trademarks can be filed at the state and at the federal level. A state trademark protects you within the borders of your state, while a federal trademark protects you in the entire United States. If you have a multi-state business, you should obtain a federal trademark.
To obtain a trademark, you file an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The application is then reviewed by an attorney who works for the USPTO, who may have questions or need additional information. The mark is then published in the Federal Register. If no opposition is filed, your mark will officially “register”. The entire process can take anywhere from a few months to more than a year.
Take advantage of this before time runs out!