Access to U.S.-licensed lawyers to help international filers
Protect your brand in the largest business market
Satisfy the requirement to have a U.S. lawyer assist with your USPTO application
Our attorney-led trademark registration process, provided through Swyft Legal, makes filing a U.S. trademark application from outside the U.S. easy.
Everything starts with a simple questionnaire designed to take only a few minutes. Simply share your information, and the legal team will take it from there.
The U.S.-licensed attorney reviews your application and makes suggestions regarding your registration. You’ll also have the option of scheduling a consultation call.
Once you approve the application, we’ll take care of filing the application with the USPTO, so you can focus on building your brand.
Our team is ready to meet your trademark needs in a professional, courteous, and efficient manner.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) requires all foreign trademark applicants to be represented by a U.S.-licensed attorney. You generally cannot file without one.
The U.S. attorneys strive to maintain the quality and integrity of your trademark application reducing the likelihood of errors that compromise your intellectual property rights or slow down your application.
You can simply approve the attorney’s suggestion or schedule a live consultation with your lawyer to help answer any questions and have peace of mind.
The attorneys walk foreign applicants through the U.S. trademark system, allowing international businesses to protect their brand in the largest market in the world.
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Yes. Anyone can apply for a U.S. trademark from anywhere in the world. Foreign-domiciled applicants, however, must have assistance from a licensed U.S. attorney.
A “foreign-domiciled” trademark applicant or party doesn’t have a domicile in the United States or its territories.
For individuals, a domicile refers to their place of residence and principal home. An entity’s domicile refers to its principal place of business (headquarters) where senior executives commonly control the entity’s activities.
No. You’re required to have a U.S.-licensed attorney file on your behalf with the USPTO.
A U.S. trademark secures your intellectual property in the United States, which is vital in a globalized economy. If you plan to do business in the U.S. or are already doing so, you’ll want to be as protected as possible.
This is up to you. Trademark registration rights are typically limited to the specific country or region where a trademark is registered. Full protection in your home country would require a trademark registration there too.
Yes. Registering a trademark in the U.S. won’t stop you from seeking a trademark in other countries.
It’s important to remember that trademark laws and regulations vary by country. The attorneys accessed through Trademark Engine are licensed to work in the U.S., so you’ll need to contact a trademark attorney in your home country if you have questions about that specific process.
No, a foreign filer does not need a U.S. address to file with the USPTO.
The law firm responsible for this advertisement is Swyft Legal, LLC who can be reached at [email protected]. Swyft Legal, LLC is licensed by the Arizona Supreme Court under license number 70173. Trademark Engine is not a "lawyer referral service" and does not provide legal advice or participate in any legal representation. All legal services provided in connection with the attorney-led trademark process are provided by Swyft Legal, LLC. Trademark Engine is an affiliate of Swyft Legal, LLC.
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