Trademark Fees

Bernstein IP offers trademark search and application work on a flat-fee basis. Our Trademark Clearance Search and Registration Services are highly competitive and offer three tiers of service.

Level I: $450

  • An exact hit search of the United States Patent and Trademark Office database by an experienced trademark lawyer
  • Consultation with an experienced trademark attorney to go over the results of the exact hit search and to discuss next steps

Level II: $650*

  • Draft and File your trademark application papers
  • Report on the status of your trademark application
  • Respond up to two times to minor communications from the Trademark Office known as Office Actions

Level III: $2,500*

Everything in Level II, plus:

  • A thorough trademark search report conducted by a top trademark search company of the federal, state, common law, domain names, and Internet databases
  • A full attorney opinion letter advising on the likelihood of whether the proposed mark can be registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office

If your mark clears the search, then Level III service also includes:

  • Draft and File your trademark application papers in one class
  • Report on the status of your trademark application
  • Respond up to two times to minor communications from the Trademark Office known as Office Actions

If your mark does not clear the search, then you will get a refund of $650, which represents the flat fee to prepare and file your trademark application in one class.

*The fees quoted above are per International Class and do not include the government filing fee of either $225 or $275 per International Class.

* Intent to Use applications come with some additional fees and costs.

Please contact Bernstein IP today to order these services.

Trademark Monitoring & Enforcement Program

We monitor multiple databases to protect you from unwitting and/or unscrupulous offenders from using your brand and confusing the marketplace (such as through the use of a similar sounding web address) or from selling shoddy products under a similar mark eroding the goodwill of your business. One of the most efficient ways to keep tabs on unwitting or unscrupulous offenders is to monitor proposed registered marks and Intent To Use applications, domain name registrations, and reports of state records to determine whether similar names are being used. Once detected, Bernstein IP sends out cease and desist letters and initiates litigation against unscrupulous trademark infringers.