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All of our fees below include an attorney consultation to answer your questions.


  • Design Patent Application: Call for quote.
  • Utility Patent Application: Call for quote.
  • Provisional Patent Application: Call for quote
  • Patent Search: starting at $850
  • Response to Patent Office Action: Call for quote.
  • PCT (Foreign Patent) Application (from existing US Patent Application): $5000 includes filing fees
  • Initial filing of non-PCT patent application abroad: $1500 (plus foreign counsel fees, foreign filing fees, and translation fees)
  • Filing U.S. Utility Application based upon originally foreign filed application in ready for filing condition: $1,700 (plus USPTO fees)
  • Patent Infringement Opinion: Call for quote.
  • Litigation and other IP, business and entertainment consulting: standard hourly rate


  • Trademark Application: $575 (Plus USPTO filing fee)
  • Trademark Search Comprehensive:  $400 (Search includes: Attorney consultation, USPTO database, all US State databases, Dun & Bradstreet, business directories, tradenames, domain names)
  • International Extensive Madrid Protocol Search: Call for quote
  • US Design Application Search:  $550
  • California Trademark Application: $900
  • Response to Trademark Office Action:  Call for quote.
  • Petition to revive: $500.00 (plus USPTO $100 filing fee and USPTO extension of time fee at $150 per 6 months intervals)
  • Foreign Trademark Madrid Protocol Applications: Call for quote
  • Statement of Use: $400 (plus USPTO filing fee of $100)
  • Section 8 & 15 Declaration: $900


  • CA Corporation or LLC formation: starting at $1050 (includes attorney consultation CA filing fees, and Federal Tax Identification Number).
  • Contract review or negotiation: Hourly or flat fee may be available.
  • Sale of Business: greater of $2,500 or 5%
  • Purchase of Business: greater of $4,000 or 5%


  • Domain Name Escrow Transfer: Call for quote
  • Domain Name Disputes (UDRP or Litigation): Call for quote
  • Terms of Use and Privacy Policy: Call for quote


  • Trademark, Patent, Copyright, Trade Secret, Internet Litigation: standard hourly rate, in some cases alternative billing arrangements my be available.
  • Preparation or response to cease and desist letter and other pre-litigation dispute resolution: standard hourly rate.
  • UDRP/Cybersqatting Domain Name Disputes (WIPO or National Arbitration Forum): standard hourly rate or in some cases flat fee available.
  • Trademark Opposition and Cancellation Proceedings with the TTAB: standard hourly rate.

(The above pricing may be modified without notice depending on the complexity of the client’s matter.)

What is a Trademark?


A trademark identifies a brand or more specifically the source of origin of particular goods or services.  A trademark can be a name, logo, design, slogan, or in some cases even a sound, color or scent that identifies a brand.  Obtaining a trademark registration can strengthen your ability to protect and enforce your business and the goods and/or services used in connection with the trademark.  Our attorneys have filed hundreds of trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in addition to state and foreign trademark applications.


Trademark Search and Application Packages


Our recommended trademark application and search services include:


  1. Initial trademark consultation and pre-filing strategy
  2. Trademark search and clearance report with consultation directly with Mr. Cohen to discuss the result and filing strategy
  3. Strategic preparation of description of goods and services to maximize protection and enforcement
  4. Drafting, preparation, and filing of trademark application
  5. Responding to office actions as necessary
  6. Attorney of record services and written status updates of the application
  7. Confirmation letters of registration
  8. Renewal and monitoring services


Upon issuance of your federally registered trademark, you have the following significant benefits:
  • Nationwide constructive notice of trademark ownership
  • Evidence of and a presumption of ownership
  • Federal court jurisdiction (should you have to sue to prevent infringement)
  • Federal registration can be used to obtain foreign registration
  • The registration may also be filed with U.S. Customs Service to prevent importation of foreign goods that infringe on the trademark


Contact our office to get started with your trademark application.