How to register a trademark for an Infrastructure Company


The trademarking process is a very important and vital step in the life of your business. The aim of this article is to give an overview of how to register a trademark for an Infrastructure Company.

Review Application Requirements

Before you start the process, it’s important to review the application requirements. This will help ensure that your application is complete and includes all of the necessary information.

To register a trademark for an infrastructure company, there are certain steps you have to take:

  • Review online application system requirements

If you’re not sure whether or not your company qualifies as an infrastructure company, check out the definition of an infrastructure business online. Also, make sure that you meet all other eligibility criteria before starting this process.

  • Check online application fees and payment methods

Your fee depends on how many classes of goods and services your mark is registered in (for example, if it’s just one class then it’ll cost $275). Once all required payments are received, you will be notified by email and given a chance to correct any mistakes with their submission prior to final approval by our office.

  • Review the online submission process

Once everything has been entered into the system properly, you may then submit your application electronically via secure electronic transfer (SET) where possible; otherwise, paper copies must be mailed directly from your attorney bearing indicia showing that the exact date when received at USPTO address specified on the form.

Search for ‘similar’ trademarks before you apply

You must first research the possibility of someone else using your trademark. This is essential, as it will save you time and money if a trademark application is rejected or withdrawn because it is too similar to another’s.

Choose the goods and services you want to trademark

To register a trademark, you must choose the goods and services that you want to protect. Goods are tangible products such as clothing or furniture. Services can include any activity for which someone pays, for example, advertising or consulting services. You may choose one good or service or a range of unrelated goods and/or services. In many cases, it is worth choosing all the goods and services that relate to your business to ensure that you have complete protection over your brand assets.

When choosing a trademark, look at existing marks to ensure they aren’t too similar to yours. If they are too close in appearance, sound or meaning then they may cause confusion among consumers when looking at new trademarks filed.

Apply online or by post

The easiest way to register a trademark is online. You can apply by post if you prefer, but it’s recommended that you go ahead and submit your application electronically. The most important thing is to provide the same information in both cases (if applying online or by post).

You can also apply by email or phone, but faxes are not accepted for trademark registration purposes at this time.

Pay the application fee

After the trademark search results are available, you can pay the application fee online. You can also pay by cheque or by credit card.

Acceptance and registration

Once the trademark office has approved your application, they will send you a letter of acceptance. This means that your new trademark is officially registered and you can now use it on products and services in connection with your business.

You will also receive a letter of registration from the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) confirming that your trademark has been officially accepted by them.

You can visit to search for trademarks already registered by other companies or individuals. Remember that if there are similar trademarks already on record, yours may not be accepted by them because they might be confused with other existing ones!

Next steps if your application is rejected

If your application is rejected, you have several options. The most common reason for rejection is that another entity already owns a similar trademark. You may be able to appeal this decision by providing evidence that your proposed trademark does not infringe on the existing one. If you are still not satisfied with the decision, you can file a lawsuit against them. You will need to bring your case before a judge, who may rule that your trademark is too similar to the existing one and must be rejected. If this happens, there are no further appeals available.

If you choose not to appeal the decision, you can also submit an amendment request form within six months of receiving notice of rejection by the USPTO. If approved, this will allow you to proceed with your application as before but with new materials in place and no need for further review or consideration of an objection from another party regarding the similarity between marks (in this case).

If neither appealing nor amending are viable options for registration, then consider amending instead: submitting amended materials that include only those elements from previously submitted ones but which contain additional information about why they should be accepted despite previous rejections being issued against them.


If you’re looking to create a brand identity for your company, a trademark is beneficial in helping to distinguish it from other companies that have similar names or products. Registering a trademark will also help protect against infringement of the word or phrase used as part of your brand name, which can be an issue with trademarks that are similar and/or share some common language traits. In short, registering your company’s name as one or more of its trademarks can help ensure that yours is the only name representing your business—a vital consideration when establishing new ventures on behalf of clients.


In conclusion, we hope that this article has been useful for you as a business owner. It’s important to remember that a trademark can be expensive and time-consuming to apply for, so it’s worth doing your research before beginning the process. If you’re looking for help with registering your own company’s trademark then contact us today!

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