How Are Federal And State Trademarks Different?

Federal trademarks are usually used to market services or products in a number of states and provide nationwide, exclusive rights to use of your mark, even in states that you may not operate in. In contrast, state trademarks only confer rights within that state. If you apply for and secure a federal trademark, you do not also need to file at the state level.

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