Keeping Your Registration Alive

Federal trademark registrations may never expire. But, to keep your registration alive, you must file specific documents with the USPTO at specific times. The USPTO will cancel your registration if you fail to timely and accurately file these documents.

Also, after some years of use, you may request that the USPTO declare your registered trademark “incontestable.” An incontestable mark is immune from almost all challenges, which makes it highly desirable. But, you must request this status and provide the evidence required by Federal law.

How We Help

We routinely prepare and file these important post-registration documents. We are experts in electronic document filing with the USPTO, docketing of these important post-registration due dates, and updating the USPTO’s ownership information for your registration.

Flat Fee Submissions

We encourage you to complete our secure online contact form. We will review the USPTO’s records free of charge, identify all documents required by the USPTO, and provide a flat rate price to file them on your behalf.

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