• Struggling with business names? How to Pick the Perfect Brand Name cheat sheet will help.

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DISRUPTING
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GROWING
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INNOVATING
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Identify, monetize and protect your…

  • Intellectual Property
  • Domain Name
  • Copyrights
  • Content
  • Competitive Edge
  • Trade Secrets
  • Trademarks
  • Originality
  • Brand
  • Creativity
  • Enterprise
  • Intangible Assets
  • Ideas
  • Innovation

You’ve been putting off protecting your brand for too long.

You’re so busy. You’re busy creating, you’re busy hustling, you’re busy disrupting your industry. In fact, you’re so busy busting your brilliant business moves that you’ve likely ignored, procrastinated, or half-assed the legal side of your business.

Well, this just in: the longer you are in business, the more intellectual property your business produces, and the greater the value of that property becomes. People recognize your business in the marketplace through things like your business name, logo, slogan and product names. The reputation you have established is associated with these different brand elements, and that’s why people buy from you. It’s important to take steps to protect these brand-identifiers because they are company assets.

Lucky for you, we’re an innovative company too. Unlike a traditional law firm, we won’t slow you down. We make it quick and (dare we say) easy for you to protect your brand, so you can keep on about the business of being extraordinary.

Ready to register your trademarks with sharp, strategic lawyers who get your business so you can focus on doing what you do best knowing it’s all locked, loaded, and legal?

Want to learn more about protecting your brand? Want to understand the trademark process and get a glimpse into why it’s so important for your business?

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