Extend your U.S. Trademark Application or Registration coverage into
114 different countries.
The Madrid system enables you to file one application, in one language, and pay one set of fees to protect your mark in the territories of 114 member countries. In most cases, there is no need to hire a local attorney in each jurisdiction, and you will be able manage and renew your international registrations from the centralized Madrid system.
You fill out the law firm's online agreement and pay the flat fee by credit card.
The trademark attorney assigned to your file contacts you with questions about your mark. You review and sign the trademark application and pay the associated government fees.
Your trademark attorney files your international trademark application and keeps you updated on the status of the application.
It is possible to extend the coverage of your U.S. trademark application or registration to many foreign countries through the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). An International Application is first certified by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), it is then forwarded to the International Bureau ("the IB") of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), which in turn forwards the International Application to the desired country’s trademark office for review. Should your mark register, you will only need to keep your registration up to date with WIPO to maintain protection in the other countries you filed in.
Have a Trademark Attorney Draft, File and Track Your International Trademark Application.Fill Out The Engagement Agreement