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Florida Trademark

When You May Need to Register an Florida Trademark

Protect the name of your business, product or slogan with a United States Trademark. A U.S. Trademark is good in all 50 states including Florida. When you create a product or work, you want to protect it from imitators and those that would steal or copy your ideas. Fortunately, the law allows you to legally protect whatever you create or invent, and registering for a Florida trademark can mean gaining that protection for your product as well as for your company overall. Although described as Florida Trademark, the precise legal name is a U.S. Trademark (good in all 50 states) procured by the United States Trademark Office.

A Florida trademark refers to a word, phrase, symbol, or other identifying mark that is closely associated with a Florida-based company. Think of the Nike swoosh, the NBA silhouette of a player, the phrase “An Army of One,” and so on. These items are brands, or representations of a certain company or organization. In other words, they are trademarks and filing for protection for a Florida trademark means protecting the words, phrases, symbols and other items you create for your company or business. Although described as Florida Trademark, the precise legal name is a U.S. Trademark (good in all 50 states) procured by the United States Trademark Office.

There are laws that govern how to file for Florida trademark protection.

Daniel Law Offices, P.A. offers highly-qualified Trademark Attorneys who can assist with filing a Florida Trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The filing of a trademark application is a legal process and accessing legal representation will assist you with handling details of the filing. You can perform the filing on your own if you’ve researched the process and understand all the details involved; however, it’s wise to consult with a lawyer to determine what legal protections are needed. Although described as Florida Trademark, the precise legal name is a U.S. Trademark (good in all 50 states) procured by the United States Trademark Office.

Your Florida trademark cannot be something that is common to the public; for example, you cannot claim phrases such as “Happy birthday” or “Good morning” as trademarks for your business. It must be something that is unique enough and not already in common use. Your Florida trademark ought to be uniquely associated with your company by customers, clients, and the general public. This is something that should quickly and readily identify your business, so make it clever but direct. Although described as Florida Trademark, the precise legal name is a U.S. Trademark (good in all 50 states) procured by the United States Trademark Office.

A Florida trademark is not just a saying or phrase but can also be a symbol that is used to identify your business. Today, we see hundreds of logos every day that we readily associate with particular businesses, and this is an excellent method of advertising without saying a word. Think of symbols you quickly associate with a business, such as McDonald’s golden arches or other symbols used by fast food restaurants, or the Microsoft Windows symbol, the Starbucks logo, and so on. When you create a symbol that is unique to your company and that will quickly identify it, it’s time to register it for Florida trademark. Although described as Florida Trademark, the precise legal name is a U.S. Trademark (good in all 50 states) procured by the United States Trademark Office.

If you’re not certain how to create and protect an Florida trademark, speak with one of the highly qualified Trademark Attorneys of Daniel Law Offices, P.A. who can assist with filing Trademark applications with the United States Trademark Office. Our Florida Trademark Attorney can walk you through the filing and address all of your questions regarding the process. Having Florida trademark protection is the best way to protect your business and your company’s reputation. Although described as Florida Trademark, the precise legal name is a U.S. Trademark (good in all 50 states) procured by the United States Trademark Office.

Thank you for visiting Daniel Law Offices online. Please continue to explore our website for answers to your most basic questions or visit our contact page. When we can help, schedule a consultation with our experienced Patent, Trademark & Copyright Attorneys, in Orlando call 407-841-8375 or nationwide at 1-866-37PATENT.

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