intellectual property lawyers
We provide a wide range of customizable services, from quick and simple filing to thorough, attorney driven consultation and strategy for even the most complex trademark applications.
The Trademark Garden Difference
Don’t be fooled by other trademark services offering work by trademark “experts” and “specialists,” as only a trademark law firm can provide you with actual legal advice.
Unlike most of our competition, Trademark Garden is a fully functional intellectual property law firm, and our services are all worked by a licensed and experienced trademark attorney. Your attorney will analyze your application, search for potentially conflicting trademarks, and contact you directly, offering insight into any potential problems as well as recommendations on how to proceed. Once you’ve agreed on a plan of action, your attorney will put together and file your application, making sure to avoid the all too common pitfalls that lead to refusal. As our competitors are not law firms, they simply cannot offer this kind of value, as they are legally barred from giving legal advice, all they can do is blindly fill out forms on your behalf, with no idea of the chances of actual registration.
We offer all of this, at rates that remain competitive with similar services, by trimming the fat that weighs down our competition. We make the process quick, simple, and direct, offering trademark legal services directly to you, with no middle men, impersonal automation, or call centers manned by outsourced service teams.
How does Trademark Garden compare with other trademark filing services?
Our non-attorney competitors
Founder & Principal Attorney
Anton Leonov is the founder and principal attorney of Trademark Garden. Anton holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of California, Irvine, and a Juris Doctor with Honors and a Certificate in Law, Science, and Technology from The Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law at Arizona State University. Anton is admitted to the practice of law in Arizona, and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.