Can I Trademark a Watermark?
As a photographer, you know how tough it can be to keep your work attributed to you—so you watermark your images before you put them online for all the world to see. That watermark can become your brand as a photographer, meaning you can absolutely trademark the watermark you use to identify your goods and services. While a good watermark may help cut down on copyright infringement, a trademarked watermark gives you a second tool in your arsenal to cut down on your competition stealing your photos and passing them off as their own. Just make sure your watermark is unique and original if you want to trademark it.
If you are a photographer, videographer, or artist who watermarks their work, contact us today to speak with trademark attorney Eric Norton to discuss the importance of a comprehensive trademark search to ensure your watermark is not already used by another creative industry professional and why trademarking your watermark may help you further enforce your rights.
Trademark Registration by Norton Law Corporation
All work for our clients is personally done by trademark attorney Eric Norton. No paralegals. No secretaries. No associates.
Our trademark registration services are just one flat fee (plus the applicable government filing fees) so you always know what you’re getting up front.
Easy as Pie
You tell us what to trademark, provide us proof of use (or your intent to use), and we do the rest so you can get back to running your business in no time.