Trademark Services & Pricing

VIP Bundle

TRADEMARK SEARCH + REGISTRATION + MONITORING

Up to three comprehensive trademark search reports.
Filing of one trademark application with the USPTO.
Basic monitoring for one year (renewal locked in at $150 per year).

$500 plus $250 USPTO filing fee per class

Individual Services

COMPREHENSIVE TRADEMARK SEARCH

Whether you need a basic search of the USPTO database or a comprehensive search, we have you covered!

A comprehensive trademark search is a search of (1) the USPTO database, (2) state and federal databases, and (3) a common law search.

Once the search is completed, Registered Artists will e-mail you a PDF document containing your search results within three business days.

$250 for Comprehensive Search

FILE AN APPLICATION WITH THE USPTO

We have simplified the trademark application process so that it makes sense!

Registering your trademark with the USPTO provides numerous advantages, including exclusive use to use the mark nationwide or in connection with the good/services in the registration which can become “incontestable.”

Complete an application now to submit your trademark to the USPTO.

$200 plus $250 USPTO filing fee per class

TRADEMARK MONITORING

Once your mark has been registered you need to protect it! Automatic searches will be performed once a month and you’ll be notified via email with any potentially conflicting marks or entities.

With basic trademark monitoring, Registered Artists will monitor the USPTO database and notify you of any potentially infringing marks that may be filed with the USPTO for registration.

With premium trademark monitoring, Registered Artists will monitor not only the USPTO database, but also state and federal databases, as well a common law sources for potentially infringing marks.

$150 Basic Monitoring
$350 Premium Monitoring

STATEMENT OF USE

If the USPTO approves an application submitted on an “Intent to Use” basis, it will provide the applicant with a “Notice of Allowance.” The applicant then has six (6) months from the mailing date of the Notice of Allowance to either file a “Statement of Use” (also known as an “Allegation of Use”) or file an extension request. The purpose of the “Statement of Use” is to provide evidence to the USPTO that the mark is being used in commerce in conjunction with all of the goods/services listed in the Notice of Allowance.

$90 plus $100 USPTO filing fee per class

SECTION 8 DECLARATION

Between the 5th and 6th year after the registration date the owner must file a Section 8 Declaration. There are two types of Section 8 declarations: One is a “Declaration of Continued Use.” This is the mark owner’s sworn statement that the mark is actively being used use in commerce. The other is a “Declaration of Excusable Nonuse.” This is the mark owner’s sworn statement that the mark is not in use in commerce due to special circumstances that excuse such nonuse, and is not due to any intention to abandon the mark.

$90 plus $225 USPTO filing fee per class

SECTION 15 DECLARATION

A Section 15 Declaration is a sworn statement, filed by the owner of a mark registered on the Principal Register, claiming “incontestable” rights in the mark for the goods/services specified (i.e., a Declaration of Incontestability). Marks registered on the Supplemental Register are not eligible for claims of incontestable rights under Section 15. A Section 15 Declaration is optional. It may not be filed until the mark has been in continuous use in commerce for at least five (5) consecutive years subsequent to the date of registration. The Section 15 Declaration must be executed and filed within one (1) year following a five (5)-year period of continuous use of the mark in commerce.

$90 plus $200 USPTO filing fee per class

STATEMENT OF USE EXTENSION FILING

After the USPTO has issued a “Notice of Allowance,” you may request a six-month extension of time to file a Statement of Use

$90 plus $125 USPTO filing fee per class

ALLEGATION OF USE (AMENDMENT TO ALLEGE USE)

If an application is submitted on an “Intent to Use” basis, this form may only be file before a Notice of Allowance has been issued by the USPTO.

$90 plus $100 USPTO filing fee per class

COMBINED SECTION 8 AND 15 DECLARATION

If you need to file a Section 8 Declaration, and the trademark has been used in commerce for at least five (5) consecutive years subsequent to the date of registration, a combined Sections 8 and 15 Declaration should be filed.

$150 plus $425 USPTO filing fee per class

SECTION 9 DECLARATION

Between the 9th and 10th year after the registration date the owner must file a Section 9 Declaration.

$250 plus $300 USPTO filing fee per class

REQUEST TO DIVIDE APPLICATION

If a pending application contains more than one class of goods/services, the application may be divided to place some of one or more of the class of goods/services into an “Intent to Use” or “In Use” basis. Goods/services within a single class can also be divided, which result in an additional USPTO filing fee.

$90 plus $100 USPTO filing fee per new application created

REQUEST TO CHANGE CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS

Update the correspondence information on your application and/or registered trademark.

$25 plus $25 USPTO filing fee

Ask Us About Our Additional Services

REGISTERED AGENT SERVICES

We have your registered agents and incorporation needs covered. Our registered agent service is provided through InCorp. Call us at (844) 333-2787 for more information.

BUSINESS LICENSING

We can help cover all of your business licensing needs. Call us at (844) 333-2787 for more information.

TRADEMARK ATTORNEY REFERRAL

Registered Artists can refer you to trademark attorney. Call us at (844) 333-2787 for more information.

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