Register Your Trademark!

Save Time & Money 💰 File Right the First Time

Protecting your brand shouldn't be complicated.
Trademark Owl makes it easy for everyone.

The leading self-service, AI-powered, trademark registration platform.

The leading self-service, AI-powered, trademark registration platform.



Our system guides you in a step-by-step manner using tutorials and analytics to help you file a quality application.



You have 100% control over your application. No more waiting for a lawyer or tedious back-and-forth.



No hidden fees. No subscriptions. The price you see is the price you pay, including all filing fees.

Trademark Owl is a forms processing company. We are not a law firm.

Save time, money, and headaches

Protecting your brand is a top priority.

15 min.

You can complete your application in approximately 15 minutes!

~ 5 months

Save delays at the USPTO by filing with our intuitive AI platform.

> $1,500

Save in traditional legal fees, while still having an attorney file your trademark.

Trademark Owl Benefits

4 reasons why Trademark Owl beats the rest:

1. 100% self-service

You can complete your entire application without ever talking to a stuffy lawyer. Our step-by-step process makes it an intutive experience.

2. AI at your fingertips

Your data is analyzed by our AI assistant in real-time to provide suggestions and sample inputs to save you time and money!

3. Built-in search

Our trademark search is built directly into the registration flow. Existing trademarks that might conflict with your mark are highlighted in real-time.

4. Honesty at our core

Our pricing is transparent from the start. You will see your total cost upfront, including all required USPTO fees to file your initial application.

Simple 3-step process:


Step 1

Use our app to create your trademark application.

Answer basic questions about your trademark, brand, and products using our user-friendly guided flow.


Step 2

A licensed trademark attorney files your application.

One of our affiliate attorneys will file your application and act as the attorney of record for your trademark.


Step 3

The USPTO reviews your trademark application.

The USPTO will review your application and ensure it meets the requirements for registration.

You have Questions.
We have Answers.

A trademark is a unique symbol, word, phrase, or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of goods or services of one entity from those of others. Registering a trademark provides legal protection, helps maintain brand identity, and prevents others from using similar marks that may confuse consumers.
A trademark search can be conducted online using trademark databases, such as the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS) or similar databases in other countries. This will help you determine if your desired trademark is already registered or has a pending application.
Once a trademark is owned, a few things need to maintain the registration such as using the trademark in commerce and filing the correct maintenance documents at the USPTO.
Yes, slogans or taglines can be registered as trademarks if they are used to identify and distinguish the source of goods or services and are not merely descriptive or generic.
According to the USPTO, to be eligible for registration, a trademark must be distinctive, not generic, and not confusingly similar to existing registered trademarks. It should not be offensive or deceptive, and must not contain any prohibited elements, such as government symbols or national flags.
The TM symbol indicates that a trademark is being claimed, but it may not be registered yet. The SM symbol is similar, but specifically for service marks. The ® symbol signifies that a trademark is officially registered with the appropriate intellectual property office and has legal protection.
A trademark protects symbols, words, phrases, or designs that distinguish the source of goods or services, while patents are a class of intellectual property that protect how an invention works, or looks.
A specimen of use is a real-world example of how your trademark is being used in commerce to promote or sell your goods or services. It is required to demonstrate that your trademark is being actively used for the goods or services specified in your application, which helps establish your legal rights to the mark.
Important Disclosures

Trademark Owl is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice. If you need legal advice, please contact an attorney. After submitting your application, you will be assigned one of our qualified affiliate attorneys.