• February 2019
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How do you trademark a phrase?

If you have a phrase that you think would be valuable to marketing or promoting your service, you can look to register it with the US Patent and Trademark Office (also known as the USPTO).

Registering your phrase as a trademark gives you certain legal rights. The simplest way to look at it is that it serves as a form of deterrent for others who wouldn’t use your mark in fear of the legal repercussions.

To get the most out of your phrase, develop one truly unique, use it across state lines, and register it with the USPTO. Feel free to check out LawTrades when you’re ready to trademark your phrase–we’ve developed a quick and painless process for getting it done.

Just visit LawTrades.com, answer a few questions, and we’ll connect with you with an available trademark lawyer who will handle all the research, filing requirements, fees etc. for a flat rate.

Good luck with the filing. Feel free to reach out directly if you have any specific questions.

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