Often times companies that require trademark law protection from the USPTO will require other types of Intellectual Property protection. If you have an idea, or product that is original you should seek out the services of a Trademark Attorney in Dallas.
Dallas, Texas is not only known for the worlds most popular football team, the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas also has the sixth largest GDP of any American city. Its business friendly environment have given us lots of American classics such as the the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, Barney & Friends, Vanilla Ice and Meatloaf. All things which required the services of a Trademark Attorney in Dallas.
As a certified intellectual property law firm, we can represent clients all over the United States even in Dallas. We have represented several well known clients and unknown clients against billion dollar corporations. We have the experience and passion to protect your ideas and trademark from infringement. Don’t let your idea’s go unprotected. The best way to protect yourself is with a properly registered Trademark. Our Trademark Attorney who represents Dallas area clients can help you accomplish this goal. With our simple 4 step system we can have your trademark application filed within 5 business days.
Your Trademark Attorney in the Dallas Area
Our leading trademark attorney is a highly rated lawyer with over 18 years of experience. His area of expertise includes preparation and prosecution of trademark registration applications, as well as litigating opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. He has filed for and obtained hundreds of trademark registrations for clients. He has successfully argued cases against Fortune 500 companies and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Considered one of Utah’s Legal Elite, he can represent clients in Miami on all proceedings before the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Our Simple 4 Step Process to Getting Your Federal Trademark Registration
Trademark Law Resources in Dallas
If you choose to do your own trademark. You may want to carefully consider the pro-s and cons. To help you with doing it yourself, has a trademark resource center that is available to the public. Trademark Access has a learning center and blog also.