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Benton R Patterson III

Benton R Patterson III

Trademark and Copyright Attorney
  • Intellectual Property, Trademarks
  • Texas
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Practice Areas
  • Intellectual Property
  • Trademarks
Additional Practice Area
  • Copyright
  • Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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Federal Circuit
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Texas A&M University School of Law
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University of North Texas
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Texas  # 24095088
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Federal Circuit Bar Association
- Current
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The Honorable Barbara M.G. Lynn Inn of Court
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Speaking Engagements
Panelist , Legal Careers Presentation , Denton, TX
University of North Texas PreLaw Program
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257 Questions Answered

Q. What next if specimens for Declaration 8 & 9 are deficient and 10 years are up?
A: You can submit a new application after your current registration is cancelled. Although, if the USPTO rejected your specimens for the renewal, it will also reject them for the new application. I recommend working with a trademark attorney to ensure you have acceptable specimens.
Q. Ours is a partnership firm with 4 partners, based in India. We need to register our Trademark with USPTO. Pls. guide
A: The fee to file an application electronically is $225 or $275 depending on the filing status. You will also need to pay an attorney to file the application. The attorneys fees can vary, but will generally be less than $1000. The estimated time to complete a registration is 18 months. I recommend speaking with a US trademark attorney to plan out how to establish your trademark rights in the US.
Q. I created a koozie saying “lake:30”. Was informed on Etsy by Lake30 that they own that exact trademark, however I
A: A trademark attorney would need to review the trademark registration and your product to determine if your product infringes their trademark. Generally speaking, exact copying is not required to infringe a trademark. If a consumer would confuse your mark with the other, there can be infringement.
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Patterson Legal
2310 N Henderson Ave.
STE 724
Dallas, TX 75206
Telephone: (972) 379-9049