You can trademark your initials if you use them to differentiate your goods and services from other companies or individuals.
Can I trademark initials?
Acronyms, abbreviations and even initials aren’t always granted trademark protection. To be eligible for trademark protection, the acronym, abbreviations or initials must not be descriptive and consumers must not be able to distinguish them from a particular product.
Can you trademark a design style?
It is possible to trademark a design if it is used in the promotion of your business. It is possible to trademark logos, product packaging, and color schemes.
Can you trademark a letter logo?
If your logo is not too similar to another brand’s, you can file a trademark application with your country’s trademark office. It goes into the review of the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Is it better to trademark a logo or a name?
It’s up to the person. When it comes to higher value, name recognition is more important than familiarity with a logo. Since logos change more often than names, it makes sense to register a standard character mark for the business name.
Can you abbreviate your business name?
It is possible to shorten the words “incorporated,” “company,” “association” and “corporation” to “co.,” “assoc.,” and “corp.” abbreviations such as “L.A.” for Los Angeles or “Tex” for Texas can be found in states and other places. It is possible to use the initials of your company name to make it easy to remember.
Can someone own an acronym?
Is it possible for me to trademark an Acronym? It’s possible to trademark an acronym if you use it as the brand name for your products or services. The trademark “AT&T” is used for a line of phone products and services.