Trademark Registration Service

Trademark Registration in Canada – Working With Experienced Licensed Attorneys. Protect Your Name, Slogan, or Logo by Filing A Trademark in Minutes.
#1 High-Tech Trademark Law Firm Made It Easy. Trademark in 180+ Countries in 3-Easy-Step. Trademark Registration starts at $379 USD (legal fee) + $285 USD (govt fee).

Over 15+ Years In Trademark

The Elite Package is designed with simplicity and affordability in mind. We’ve created an effortless online workflow that gives our professionals all of the information that they need to complete your trademark application correctly and thoroughly.
Once you have answered a few basic questions, our legal team will conduct a trademark search, and you will be assigned a licensed trademark attorney. Your attorney will suggest any changes he/she believes will improve your application, and confirm everything before filing. Once you confirm, we’ll file your application with the government trademark office.

Law Integral attorneys have over 15+ years in trademark. We have helped tens of thousands clients including first-time entrepreneurs, small businesses, and sophisticated corporations.

Year One Package – LLC Formation with Ongoing Support

A brief workflow gives your attorney all of the information they need to provide search, advisory, and filing services.
We have a network of agents in most countries around the world. We can file trademarks in over 180+ countries.
Your trademark application will be filed by a qualified professional. You will be kept up to date about the progress of your application.

How To Apply For A Trademark In Canada

Law Integral's online application service was designed by experienced trademark attorneys and every application is managed by qualified trademark attorneys. You just need to follow 3 easy steps to file your trademark registration throughout the whole world.

Before filing your application, a clearance search is recommended. A clearance search helps you and your legal team predict the likelihood of successful registration for your desired trademark. Depending on the country you are filing in, The government may refuse to register any new trademark application if it is considered to be “confusingly similar” to other registered trademark(s) for similar or related products or services. A clearance search can show you whether other similar marks are already registered, which could be used by the government as a basis for refusing your application.
With Law Integral packages, our licensed trademark attorneys and agents will conduct the trademark clearance search for you before filing your trademark application.
With Law Integral packages, our licensed attorneys will work on your cases (or work with international agents for the international filings), prepare the trademark application, file it with the government trademark office, and serve as your point of contact to communicate with the government on your behalf.

Every trademark application must include 3 essential pieces of information:

  1. Trademark name or logo image
  2. description of products or services offered for sale under the trademark
  3. owner’s information (company name, entity type, business address, place of incorporation)
After your application is filed, the government will conduct an examination of the application to determine whether the mark may be registered or not.
The Examination process takes about 3 to 6 months to complete, depending on the country you are filing in. If the government cites any objections to the application, there may be additional steps you need to take. The “office action” must be responded to before its deadline. If your mark is refused, a legal professional can help you respond to government objections correctly and track important dates and deadlines.

If your application successfully completes the Examination process, it may be published for “public opposition”. During this time, any third-party can object to your trademark. If no objections are lodged, the application continues to move forward in the registration process.

Once the mark is examined and any objections are resolved, the trademark office will eventually register the trademark and issue a registration certificate.

Make Your Business Dreams Come True

Business law isn’t simply a job to me; it’s my life’s vocation. There’s nothing more satisfying to me than assisting entrepreneurs to realize their business dreams. Whether you’re just starting your business or are now interested in making it flourish and grow, I’d love to help you achieve your goals.