Trade Marks

Who Needs to Consider a Trademark?

Anyone Who Is Selling a Good or Service to the Public

Business Owners

Whether you sell online or in person, as a casual hobby or a formal business, using just a name, a logo design, or both, you may need a trademark.

Social Media Influencers

Though you may not consider yourself a business owner, if you use your name or influence to market or sell products or services, you may need a trademark.

Aspiring Business Owners

Ideally, you should pursue trademark protection before you even begin selling products or services. If you are moving in the direction of starting a business, you may need a trademark.

Business Owners

Whether you sell online or in person, as a casual hobby or a formal business, using just a name, a logo design, or both, you may need a trademark.

Social Media Influencers

Though you may not consider yourself a business owner, if you use your name or influence to market or sell products or services, you may need a trademark.

Aspiring Business Owners

Ideally, you should pursue trademark protection before you even begin selling products or services. If you are moving in the direction of starting a business, you may need a trademark.

Trademark.law is powered by the Virginia-based law firm, Davis, Burch & Abrams. Davis, Burch & Abrams focuses its practice on serving business owners in matters ranging from large-scale commercial litigation to mergers and acquisitions. The firm also has a substantial intellectual property practice, led by attorney Destinee Byers Ms. Byers is an experienced trademark attorney who frequently assists businesses and individuals in all fifty states with registering and maintaining their trademarks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Learn more about Ms. Byers and her trademark practice here. Learn more about our business practice here.