Check out frequently asked questions:
201. Are all classes of the Nice classification available in the United States?
202. Does the United States use the international classification for trademarks?
203. Can an international application designate the USA?
204. What language besides English can be used to register a trademark in the USA?
205. How to overcome trademark refusals at the USPTO?
206. Do I need to do a trademark search before filing my trademark at the USPTO?
207. I found a trademark similar to mine, Can I still register it in the USA?
208. Do I need to register my business name and logo separately at the USPTO?
209. Can I register my own name or family name as a trademark in the USA?
210. What are conditions or limitation for registering a trademark in USA?
211. What should I do If I found someone else using the same mark as mine and it’s not registered, who has more rights?
212. Does the protection in USA extends to the 52 states?
213. Can I file a single application covering all the North American countries including USA?
214. Is it possible to file a slogan as a trademark in the United States of America?
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