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When you decide how to name your company, you’ll need to decide whether you want a trademark or DBA name or, perhaps, both.
Trying to figure out how to file a trademark on your own can be complicated. Learn more about your options to protect your business.
Want to know how to check trademarks to get a brand name for your business? We’ll explain your options — with or without an attorney! Learn more.
Wondering if the business name you want is already registered? Read our guide to help you begin the search process and confirm that your name is available.
Do you know when to file a patent, a trademark or a copyright? We break down the differences between these three protections here.
You need to register your business name, but what is the best way to file a trademark? Here’s why you should consider an intent-to-use application.
The best way to protect yourself and your business is to trademark your business name. A trademark means having the legal ownership and protection rights over a design, logo, name, symbol, word, etc.
When forming an LLC, it is important for entrepreneurs to protect their ideas from copycats. From well-known startups such as the Snuggie and the Slanket, which feature similar designs, to competition