Can I Trademark a Document?
Documents are not trademarkable because trademarks are designed to protect the unique characteristics of a company’s brand used to identify that company’s goods and services. The contents of a document itself falls under the rules governing copyright registration instead of trademark registration. However, if you are using a particular document or set of documents as a part of your marketing, then there may be features, such as slogans or logos, present in your documents that are possibly trademarkable.
Contact us today to speak with trademark attorney Eric Norton if you have any questions about whether a document you use for marketing, such as a catalog or flier, contain any portions that may be trademarked.
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.
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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.