Items that can be trademarked range from logos, slogans and names of products and companies.
Fanciful - such as Xerox, Google, M&Ms ( No common meanings, made-up words)
Arbitrary: Apple, Sun (computers), Shell (gasoline), Delta, American (airlines, faucets, insurance)
Suggestive: Microsoft, Citibank, Jaguar (cars), Greyhound (bus line)
Descriptive: Sharp (TV), Windows (Microsoft), Internations Business Machines
Generic: "Drones" as a brand of drones (or 1-4 that was allowed to become generic over time, for example, "asprin", "Just Google that word", let's "Photoshop" that picture
Good Trademark Name examples - "Phantom" and "Parrot" Drone companies
We do not offer in-house trademark searches. We use a trademark searching company and will also analyze any results for a flat fee of $750/class.
$1,095 includes preparation and filing of application in one class ($600 for each additional class filing), review of receipt, review of search codes, review of first response form USPTO and estimate of cost of response, docketing of all actions.
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