- Patent Cooperation Treaty
- Trademark searches
- Trademark applications
- Opposition Proceedings
- Cancellation Proceedings
- Trademark infringement,
- Concurrent use agreements
- Inter Partes Proceedings4
- Trademark Licensing
- Trademark Litigation
- Foreign Trademarks
Coleman & MacDonald Law Office will prepare, file, and prosecute trademark applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and/or before individual State Trademark Offices. We also search existing trademarks and provide expert advice regarding your Trademark rights.
We represent clients before the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board in interparty Opposition and Cancellation proceedings.
We represent clients before State and Federal Courts in trademark litigation matters. If you feel another party is infringing your trademark or if you are accused of infringing the trademark of another party, give us a call. We will review the facts with you, discuss the relevant law and provide our opinion as to how to proceed.
Domain Name Disputes
We handle Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) cases. Whether you are a petitioner or a respondent in a UDRP case. We will prepare and file a Complaint or Response for a flat fee of $3,000. Filing fees are extra and vary significantly depending on the forum. The above-quote for handling UDRP cases does not include domain name disputes in a U.S. District Court.
The term Trademark is a general term used to describe both trademarks and service marks.
A Trademark is a word, phrase, symbol, or design, or combination of words, phrases, symbols, or designs which identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others. A Trademark is used in connection with the sale of goods and usually appears on a product or packaging materials associated with the product.
A Service Mark identifies and distinguishes the source of a service (e.g., H & R BLOCK, for tax services, ACME LANDSCAPING, for a lawn cutting service. Usually, a Service Mark is used in advertising materials for the service.
Trademark law is a unique blend of State and Federal laws. That is, each State in the United States has its own laws regarding Trademarks and in addition to each State’s laws there is a separate and distinct set of Federal laws which govern Trademarks.