We start with a free consultation regarding your trademark, what it is currently used for, who you would like to license it to, and why you are choosing to license it.
In order to take full advantage of a trademark, you may consider licensing it to be used on other products or services produced by third parties. Trademark licensing agreements are often lengthy, complex legal documents—but we strive to make sure our clients are fully apprised of their terms before they sign on the dotted line. After all, the difference between a properly drafted trademark license and an overly broad license can mean the difference between making a significant profit or losing the right to use your mark in the future.
At The Law Office of Eric Norton, we represent both licensors (the trademark owner) and licensees (the person/corporation who wants to use the trademark), so we’re as comfortable interpreting or negotiating a trademark license as we are drafting one from scratch.
As always, we like to give our clients an accurate picture of what our services will cost up front, so we offer our trademark licensing services on a flat fee basis with separate fees for each step of the process.