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Please provide information about your proposed trademark(s) and the current and/or future goods/services. What trademark(s) do you wish to protect? For word marks, enter in ALL CAPS (regardless of how it's actually used). For stylized (logo) marks, enter the text elements in the mark, if applicable.
What are the current goods/services offered under the trademark(s)? Using single words or phrases, please state what you currently offer. Please refrain from copy-pasting verbiage from marketing literature or marketing-type language or descriptions. As much as possible, use common dictionary name for products or services (EX: clothing, cosmetics, restaurant, IT services, fitness instruction, etc.), but provide as much information as possible.
What are the future goods/services offered under the trademark(s)? Include only offerings you plan to launch within the next 12-24 month timeframe.
Is the trademark currently being used? If yes, for each trademark and good/service, please provide two dates: (1) date of first use in trade; and (2) date of first use in commerce.

“Date of first use in trade” means the date of the mark’s first use anywhere. “Date of first use in commerce” means the date of the mark’s first use of the mark in interstate commerce. “Interstate commerce” means any commerce that Congress can regulate, such as: interstate commerce, commerce involving U.S. Territories, commerce with other countries, or territorial commerce in Washington, D.C. or with Indian tribal reservations/nations.

It is a very broad definition and includes selling to customers who cross state lines (such as out-of-state visitors to a local establishment) and shipments across state lines are considered interstate commerce. Commerce that is entirely local within one state or locality within a state is not interstate commerce.

The two dates can be the same, or, if a business was entirely local at first and then expanded to interstate, they could be two different dates.
If your trademark is currently in use, where can we find evidence of your trademark use? Please provide website links below. You may also upload evidence of trademark use below.
Anything else you want us to know?

Please note that additional fees may be incurred or be applied if you have additional classifications and/or trademarks. Additional fees may also apply if it is an intent to use application.

Thank you for signing up for services with the S. Miller Law Firm. Please remember that an attorney client relationship has not been formed according to the Texas State Bar until a contract between client and attorney has been signed. We will be in contact with you within 24 business hours to inform you of the information you have provided us qualifies for a trademark. If your mark meets the standards then we will send you a client attorney engagement agreement for you to sign via mycase. Shall you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact The S. Miller Law Firm.

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Trademark Search:

Not everyone needs an attorney to file their trademark and we understand that, however, almost everyone needs help with a comprehensive search. This process can be overwhelming with so many results. No worries, we will complete (1) a full comprehensive search (2) provide you a copy of the search report; (3) provide an opinion letter form Attorney Shakila Miller-Brewer herself; and (4) provide a 15 minute call to discuss the results.

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Response to Office Actions:

Have you or someone else filed a trademark for you and you received what is called an office action? Don’t know what to do now? Look no further, the S. Miller Law Firm can help properly respond to your office action and communicate with the USPTO on your behalf. If you do not respond in the time frame than your mark will be considered abandoned. Once we get a response filed you will be closer to becoming legally protected.

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Cease and Desist Letter:

Is someone possibly infringing upon your work and attempting to flex on the brand that your created? Send a cease and desist letter now. This letter is sent to your infringers to put them on notice of their unauthorized use. It provides you proof that you put the infringer on notice prior to filing a law suit against the infringer. Attorney Shakila Miller-Brewer will draft the cease and desist letter for you and send it on your behalf.

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Trademark Renewal:

Did you get your Trademark registered and its time to update the USPTO? S. Miller Law Firm can assist in helping renew your trademark. If you do not renew your trademark, it will become abandoned and someone can come in and still your brand that you worked hard to build. We will draft your renewal application and file all relevant documents to keep you trademark registered.

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