TRADEMARKS

Trademark Protection

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A trademark is used to identify and to distinguish the goods and services of one party over those of another party. Companies invest significant resources to establish recognized trademarks that create enduring and widespread demand for their goods and services. This is why trademarks provide tremendous value for building a strong business identity and setting companies apart from the competition. 

Trademark Prosecution & Counseling

At Klemchuk Kubasta LLP, we offer trademark counseling, trademark registration, trademark prosecution, trademark protection, and all other services related to trademark law.

Our trademark attorneys regularly provide trademark and corporate name clearance searches and advice regarding clients' new brands or identity. We have significant experience preparing, filing, and prosecuting applications to register trademarks and service marks in the United States and we work with an extensive network of foreign associates to file applications for trademark registrations and trademark portfolio management around the world.

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