About Our Trademark Attorneys

The trademark law firm of NexTrend Legal and its trademark attorneys offer a myriad of trademark legal services  including, but not limited to, trademark registration, trademark filing, trademark search, trademark monitoring, trademark infringement, and responding to USPTO office actions.  Our business, professional and entrepreneurial clients range from emerging start-ups to established private companies, all of which benefit from our innovative, technology driven, business-focused approach to providing responsive, affordable trademark counsel.

More information about our trademark attorneys can be found by clicking below.

Kelly Frame
Kelly FrameManaging Attorney
As a trademark attorney, Kelly has counseled businesses and entrepreneurs in a wide array of business transactions, including, but not limited to: brand strategy, trademark search and clearances, state and federal trademark registrations, trademark cease and desist issues, and responding to trademark refusals and oppositions.
Kelly Frame
Kelly FrameOf Counsel Attorney
As a trademark and business litigation attorney, Ryan provides legal counsel on broad range of trademark matters including trademark litigation, trademark infringement, trademark cancellations,  trademark office actions, and  other contentious other business litigation matters.

Why Use A Trademark Attorney to Register Your Trademarks?

There are two major benefits to using a trademark attorney to file your federal trademark application: (1) saving time, and (2) saving money. The federal trademark registration process on the surface may seem fairly straightforward but more often than not it is complex, time consuming, and riddled with areas to potentially make significant, costly mistakes. The trademark registration process involves multiple steps, each with its own timeline and requirements:

  • complete and file initial application,
  • USPTO examining attorney evaluates the application,
  • a potential non-final refusal, followed by a required response,
  • a potential final refusal, followed by a required response or appeal,
  • the publication of the trademark for an opposition period of 30 days,
  • if the application is based on an intent to use, the subsequent filing of a statement of use or a time extension.
If you have a federal trademark matter, please send our trademark attorneys an email, fill-out our online trademark registration form, or give one of our trademark law firm a call.

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