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October 12, 2023

What Can You Trademark?

You might have heard of some celebrities and companies trying to trademark some ridiculous things. When the United States Patent...

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Emerson Thomson Bennett utilizes the firm's extensive and long-standing partnerships to expand your intellectual property's reach and review your work in the markets you're targeting.

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Emerson Thomson Bennett has been applying for and protecting IP protections all over the country for years, and will utilize that experience to help you.

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Emerson Thomson Bennett manages all types of IP - including patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trademarks - while offering attractive hourly rates and low overhead.

At Emerson Thomson Bennett, we are dedicated to bringing our clients, located across the U.S. and throughout the world, the peace of mind they deserve by ensuring their IP is protected at all times. Our international intellectual property attorneys can handle everything necessary to acquire the legal protections your IP needs and deserves.

The team of seasoned professionals at Emerson Thomson Bennett is well-versed in the complexities of intellectual property law, and we take great pride in our ability to provide comprehensive solutions to safeguard your intellectual assets. Whether you are a startup looking to secure your innovative ideas, an established corporation seeking to maintain your competitive edge, or an individual creator with a unique vision, our attorneys are committed to tailoring our services to meet your specific needs.



We provide complete intellectual property representation to business owners, inventors and artists in all matters related to the establishment and protection of domestic and international patents, trademarks and copyrights. Attorneys at our firm also serve as in-house IP counsel for companies whose needs do not call for a full-time internal position.


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