Trademarks last forever . . . if they are renewed. Renew your trademark today.
With the USPTO’s increased scrutiny of renewal applications, rely on our experience to keep your trademark registered.
from $199 or 4 Installments of $49
You pay the lowest renewal fees possible when you renew early. Wait too long and additional fees will apply.
Immune from Cancellation
For the first five years your trademark can be cancelled for a variety of reasons. The proper renewal paperwork at the 5-year mark makes your trademark immune from cancellation.
Avoid Cancellation of Your TM
If not renewed within the renewal period your trademark will be cancelled. So why wait? Renew it today!
How to renew your trademark
Depending on your package, we’ll assemble your renewal or send it to the attorney you select in our legal service plan. It’s that easy!
Two great options to renew your trademark
$199 plus gov fees*
$449 plus gov fees*
What sets us apart
Dedicated Account Manager
Unlike other companies where you’re just a number, with The Trademark Company you have a dedicated, knowledgeable Account Manager to answer all of your questions and guide your trademark through to registration.
We Make Legal Easy
Our systems make assembling even the most complex of legal documents quick and easy. Just answer a few simple questions and we’ll take care of the rest!
Affordable, Flat-Rate Services
And unlike services that charge by the hour and can cost an arm and a leg our flat-fee services and negotiated rates with our plan attorneys have up front pricing to keep you within your legal budget.
Frequently asked questions
Yes. If your trademark is not renewed within the required periods it will be cancelled by the USPTO.
To keep your trademark registered, your trademark must be renewed at or around the 5 year anniversary of its original registration date as well as on or before every ten-year anniversary of the registration.
So if your trademark registered on April 5, 2020, it will need to be renewed by the following dates:
April 5, 2025
April 5, 2030
April 5, 2040
And so on …
You will need a U.S. licensed attorney to assist you with your renewal filing.
In short, to combat fraud on the USPTO the trademark office now requires any foreign trademark applicant or trademark registrant to have U.S. counsel. So when you go to renew, simply select our Attorney-led option. We’ve got you covered.
Questions? We’ve got the answers
Call now to speak with a dedicated Account Manager today (800) 906-8626
All of our Account Managers are based in the United States and are ready to answer your questions.
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