The Deseret News and the Salt Lake Tribune recently ran articles in their online business sections about Trademark Access’s online trademark registration services. The articles may be viewed by clicking here and here respectively.
As stated by the Deseret News article, Perry Clegg, the founder of Trademark Access, was recently elected to be the secretary of the Intellectual Property Section of the Utah State Bar and has been named among the top intellectual property attorneys in Utah as determined by a survey of legal peers conducted by Utah Business Magazine.
The article goes on to describe Trademark Access’s online trademark registration services: “‘The purpose of this new online trademark registration service is to provide new and small businesses affordable assistance with securing and protecting their company logos and goodwill. . . .’
Trademark Access and its trademark lawyers appreciate the positive PR provided by these articles and thank the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune for publishing the press releases.