So, how much does a trademark cost? If you’ve read my article titled “How Much is a Trademark? – Understanding the Relationship Between Cost, Risk, and Value,” you know I recommend performing a careful cost-benefit analysis before choosing a company or law firm to help you acquire a United States trademark registration. After all, cost is often a major concern for many individuals, businesses, and organizations seeking to register a trademark. That said, I’d like to address the related concept of “relevant costs” and show you how these costs factor into your efforts to acquire federal trademark protection for your particular name, logo, or slogan.
Are you asking yourself, “How much is a trademark?” If you found this article because you’re curious about the cost of obtaining a United States trademark registration, you’ve landed in the right place. As a trademark attorney, I work with individuals just like you every day. I know that cost can be a genuine concern, especially for people venturing into the trademark registration process for the first time.
However, it’s important to recognize that cost should only be one part of your purchasing decision. In addition to cost, you must also consider both risk and value in order to make a proper and informed assessment. So let’s do a quick overview of these three concepts and then see how they relate to your upcoming trademark decision.
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I know from working with people just like you that you’re probably concerned about cost. You very likely have a budget in mind that you need to stick to. At the end of the day, you’re looking for the option that provides you with the best possible value for your hard-earned money. But, you should always keep in mind that the cheapest rarely ever equals the best value. This is especially true when it comes to cheap trademark registration services.