Work with a trademark attorney to make sure your
trademark assignment is accurate and valid.
Ownership of a trademark may change during the trademark application's examination period or after the trademark has registered. In some cases, the trademark is transferred to another entity (for example, from an individual to a legally recognized business entity, like a corporation); in other cases, businesses merge, or the owner simply changes their name. This change in ownership must be recorded with the USPTO. Even small errors can result in an invalid transfer of ownership.
You fill out the law firm's online agreement and pay the flat fee by credit card.
The trademark attorney assigned to your case contacts you with any questions they may have and drafts the assignment of ownership. You review and sign the assignment before it is filed with the USPTO.
Your trademark attorney files the assignment of ownership with the USPTO and keeps you updated on the case status.
A trademark registration has a title much like that of a house or car. We can help you to prepare the necessary documentation to properly record the change of ownership with the trademark office and update the ownership status of your registered trademark.