Tyson Law
Seattle Business Lawyer

Intellectual Property Flat Fees

We offer flat fees for legal issues involving intellectual property, including trademark registration, copyright registration, licensing agreements, and more.

Flat Fees: IP

Below are a few of the flat fees we commonly offer for intellectual property projects. While these are the most popular options, they are by no means the only ones we offer, and so don’t hesitate to contact us about flat fees for trademark, copyright, or other IP projects.

 

Trademark Clearance

$500+

Our flat fee for trademark clearance starts at $500.* We search for other trademarks in the U.S. that may conflict or cause confusion with your mark. Then we share the results of our search and make a recommendation on whether you should use your mark. Clearing your trademark for use is an important step to take before you begin using it, as you otherwise run the risk of infringing on an existing mark. Read more about the benefits of trademark clearance here.

 

*The fee you’re quoted may be higher depending on the complexity of the project.


Trademark Registration

$775+

Our flat fee for trademark registration with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office starts at $775.* First we conduct a clearance search for other trademarks that could prevent your mark from being registered. Then we share the results of our search and make a recommendation on whether to seek registration of your mark. Finally, we submit an application seeking to register your trademark. Read more about the benefits of trademark registration here.

 

*The fee you’re quoted may be higher depending on the complexity of the project. The flat fee doesn’t include government filing fees, which must be paid by the client.


IP Licensing Agreement

$1,625+

Our flat fee for preparing an IP licensing agreement starts at $1,625.* We prepare an agreement that allows you to license a trademark, copyright, patent, or other IP to others in a way that makes sense for your business. We help you address important terms like exclusivity, sublicensing, royalties, risk allocation, remedies, confidentiality, and others—the goal always being to protect your business and its valuable IP rights while helping you profit from them.

 

*The fee you’re quoted may be higher depending on the complexity of the project.