Texas Trademark Registration

Texas Trademark Registration

There are two ways a business can register their trademarks: federally or in their state. The vast majority of businesses choose to register federal with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, but there are certain times where that is not possible or practical. In those situations, a business may want to consider filing a Texas trademark registration with the Secretary of State.

Federal vs. State Trademark Registration

  • Federal Trademark Registration Through The USPTO – Federal trademark registration offers the most protection for your business. This option is more expensive and the application is more extensive.
  • State Trademark Registration Through The Texas Secretary of State – If federal trademark registration is not an option, your business can also register for state-wide protection through the Office of the Secretary of State. State registration is cheaper and the application is simpler than the federal one.

Ready To Get Started? Quest Can Help

Quest Business Law PLLC helps Texas businesses protect their intellectual property through federal and state trademark registration and enforcement. While it is best to register your trademark(s) at the beginning of the business, you may still be able to register no matter how far along your business is. Our trademark attorney can help you with both kinds of registration starting with the trademark application all the way through final registration. Contact us today to get started.

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Quest Business Law specializes in trademark registration, copyright registration, IP law, business law and more. We serve business clients all over the state of Texas, and trademark clients all over the country.

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