A registration for trademark at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office only protects your mark within the borders of the United States, of course. But every other country in the world has a similar system for protecting trademarks, and a lot of countries work together through a treaty known as the Madrid Protocol. Through that treaty we can file for an extension of protection of your registered U.S. mark in a number of other countries. For countries who aren’t part of that treaty, we can use our extensive international network of trademark attorneys to find an expert in that country to work with us on your behalf. So whether you are going across the border to Canada or to the other side of the world in New Zealand, we can help.
We’ve made it a priority at Aaron | Sanders PLLC to develop contacts all over the world, helping businesses big and small cross borders safely and effectively. Contact us to see how we can expand your business’ footprint.