Making Your ImpactAs your business and brand grows, the last thing you want is to be told you can no longer use your trademarks — your name, logo, slogan, or other brand elements that identify your business to your customers. So many business owners fall victim to this. Then you have to deal with rebranding, more paperwork, and confused customers — in other words, that’s a lot of time and money wasted. Take the time now to protect your brand so you can avoid these issues in the future.
We know, you’re busy. You’ve got a lot on your plate already. We’ve got a process in place for trademark protections that guide you through the process in a way that’s easy and hassle-free. We’ll protect your brand while also protecting your peace of mind.
Avoid These Mistakes
So many business owners get confused about trademarks. And this confusion can easily lead to major mistakes put your business in jeopardy. Don’t worry, we have a free video series walks you through these mistakes and how to avoid them.
You miss what’s in front of you
You don’t have a registration
You don’t look before you leap
You wait to take action
A Leader In The Industry
Thousands of business owners have trusted Indie Law to take care of the legal side of their business. Beyond our trademark packages, we’re a community leader as well. We manage a private online community of over 7,000 entrepreneurs. Our team has delivered keynote presentations at conferences and taught in workshops across the country. We’ve also been interviewed on podcasts, featured in blogs and magazines, and received awards for the value we provide to entrepreneurs and small business owners.
“Indie Law was fantastic at walking us through two LLC formations and a trademark. They were incredibly responsive to any questions we had.”Meredith Ryncarz
“Indie Law has given me major backup. Knowing that I have someone I can go to and ask questions, even basic ones, is something a small business really needs.”Ashley Jankowski
You’re building your brand, and you should be proud! Now it’s time for you to really, literally, and legally OWN your brand with a U.S. trademark registration.