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How to Trademark a Clothing Brand

How to Trademark a Clothing Brand

Trademark a Clothing Brand

Starting a clothing brand is an exciting endeavor, but it’s important to protect your brand and its assets from the very beginning. One of the most effective ways to do this is by trademarking your brand’s name, logo, and other identifying elements. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps you need to take to trademark your clothing brand and explain why it’s important to hire an experienced trademark attorney to help you through the process.


Step 1: Conduct a trademark search 

Before you apply for a trademark, it’s important to conduct a thorough search to ensure that your proposed trademark does not infringe on the rights of others. An experienced trademark attorney will have the knowledge and resources to conduct a comprehensive search and ensure that your trademark is unique and not likely to be confused with other existing trademarks.


Step 2: Choose a trademark class 

When you apply for a trademark, you will need to specify which class or classes your trademark applies to. Clothing and apparel fall under class 25 of the International Classification of Goods and Services. An experienced trademark attorney will have the knowledge to determine which class or classes your trademark should be registered under and will also be able to advise on any issues that may arise.


Step 3: File your application 

Once you have chosen your trademark class, you can file your application with the USPTO. You will need to provide the following information:

  • The name and address of the applicant
  • A clear representation of the trademark
  • A listing of the goods or services the trademark applies to
  • A fee to cover the cost of the application process


Step 4: Wait for approval 

After you file your application, it will be reviewed by an examining attorney. This process can take several months. Once your trademark is approved, it will be published in the Official Gazette, giving other parties a chance to oppose it. If there are no oppositions, your trademark will be registered.


Step 5: Enforce your trademark 

Once your trademark is registered, it’s important to actively enforce it to prevent infringement. This means monitoring the market for any unauthorized use of your trademark and taking legal action when necessary.

Trademarking your clothing brand is an important step in protecting your brand and your business. By following the steps outlined above, you can ensure that your brand stands out in a crowded market and that your trademark is properly protected.


Want to trademark your clothing brand?

Get in touch with us to schedule your free trademark consultation. We can be reached at 1 800-651-7301, via email at info@trademarkattorneyslosangeles.com, or through our contact form below. One of our attorneys will get back to you within 24 hours of your submission to schedule a phone consultation, virtual meeting, or an in-person meeting with you. We look forward to hearing from you!

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