Liberty Legal Firm

Trademark Registration Services


In order to lead a successful business, your services and products must be branded with a unique and original identity. This identity is made up of logos, slogans and a distinctive brand name. In order to ensure that you are able to freely market your products and services without worrying about your brand identity being duplicated or stolen, it is important to obtain a federally registered trademark for your brand.

Liberty Legal Firm provides in-depth trademarking services and branding advices that go beyond the filing of an application. In order to submit a successful application with minimized chances of rejection, we help our clients through the trademark classification process, writing clear descriptions for goods and services, and analyzing various brand options. Our clients are our top priority, and we are willing to go above and beyond to achieve excellent outcomes for their cases. We also present our clients in opposition or cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB).

Registered Mark

® This symbol is used to represent trademarks that have been officially registered under the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. The registered mark can be used on both, trademarks and service marks that are officially approved and federally documented.


The famous ™ symbol signifies the use of common-law rights to protect trademarked goods or brand identities. Usually positioned after a brand logo or name, this symbol wards off plagiarizers and identity thieves.

Service Mark

Used to identify the source of services, the symbol ℠ is commonly placed after the name of a logo or service. This symbol signifies the use of common-law rights to protect service-marked products and services.


Frequently Asked Questions

We have provided below answers to a few questions that we are often asked. Our team would be very pleased to answer any other questions that you may have, feel free to contact us!

Effective August 3, 2019, new U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (PTO) rule requires that all foreign-domiciled trademark applicants, registrants and parties must be represented by a U.S. licensed attorney.

A foreign-domiciled trademark applicant can be defined as either an individual holding permanent and legal residence outside the United States and its territories, or, a business unit or enterprise with main headquarters or place of operations being situated outside the United States and its territories.

Yes, it does. After the effective date of the new rule, if a Canadian attorney or agent is reciprocally recognized by OED, the attorney or agent will be recognized as an additionally appointed practitioner for a Canadian client, but the Canadian client must also appoint a U.S.-licensed attorney to file formal responses. The PTO will correspond only with the appointed U.S.-licensed attorney for the Canadian trademark applicant, registrant, or party.

With ample professional experience and a thorough understanding of patenting laws, Liberty Legal Firm is made up of highly-qualified professionals with expertise in the area of U.S. trademark law. Our team consists of licensed U.S. attorneys who specialize in representing foreign-domiciled trademark applicants and parties in front of the PTO. We specifically cater to foreign-based attorneys seeking highly-proficient U.S. based licensed trademark attorney and foreign-domiciled trademark applicants, registrants, or individual parties.