Question: Should You Trademark Your Logo Name Or Both?

What are the 3 types of trademarks?

Different Types of TrademarksDescriptive Trademarks;Merely Descriptive Trademarks;Generic Trademarks;.

What happens if someone trademarks your business name?

If someone uses your name, simply showing proof that you’ve trademarked the name could be enough to convince a business to choose something else. Most importantly, if you must go to court, you’ll have legal proof that you registered the name. However, you don’t have to trademark your business name to protect it.

Which One Should I Trademark? It depends. Higher value tends to lie in name recognition rather than familiarity of a logo. Since logos change more often than names, it usually makes more sense to register a standard character mark to protect the business moniker itself.

Can you trademark a name and logo at the same time UK?

First, you need to search to make sure nobody’s registered a trademark already with the same brand name or branding. … If a brand registers a trademark in let’s say area 42, you can still register the same name in 32; your company must be relevant in that particular field.

Patents are only issued for inventions, ornamental designs of goods, or plants, not names. To protect your brand name and logo, you will need to utilize the trademark registration service. Both patents and trademarks are registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.