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A Trademark is any word, name, symbol, device, slogan, package design, or combination of these, i.e. a mark that identifies and distinguishes a specific product from others.

You are always encouraged to consult an attorney to ensure appropriate consideration of all the legal implications of your choice of entity and filing. We stress that this filing website is not intended to substitute nor replace the advice of legal counsel.

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Frequently Asked Questions
    You can register a Trademark online. You will need to create an account to manage your trademark.

    If you wish to register your Trademark inhouse, you can use the application for a Trademark.   Make sure to check the box New Filing. This process can take up to 7 business days before it is processed.
    You can renew a Trademark online if the trademark is in the renewal period.

    Otherwise, You can renew a Trademark by completing the application and renewal notice which was mailed to the applicant of the trademark. Make sure to check the box Renewal. If you do not have the renewal notice, you will need to contact our office for that.
    You can not amend/merge/convert a Trademark.
    You can obtain copies/certificates of a Trademark by ordering them inhouse which can be done in person, in writing or by fax. If you make a written request you may use our order form. Written requests for copies may take up to 7 business days. You may view more information concerning ordering documents.
    You can find out who the principals are of a Trademark online by contacting our office for that information.
    You can find out if the name you want to use for a Trademark is available by doing a business name availability search. You may also contact our office to verify that the name you want to use is available.

    You may also conduct a business entity search to see if there are other business entities that are already registered that may have a name similar to the name that you wish to use.

    Please note that although a name may appear to be available nothing is final until the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code approves the business filing.

    You can not reinstate an expired Trademark, however, you may refile a new Trademark application.
    Trademarks do not have a delinquent status.

    If a Trademark is expired, you will need to refile a new Trademark application.

Online Services
Register a Trademark
Renew a Trademark
Utah Code -- Title 70 -- Trademarks and Trade Names
Forms (may not be handwritten)
Trademark or Service Mark Application
Assignment of Utah Trademark
Trademark Cancellation Form
Registration Information Change Form
Fax Cover Letter
Trademark Long-form Certificate of Registration

Guide Sheets
Trademark or Service Mark Application Instructions
International Schedule of Classes of Goods and Services

Misc. Information & Websites
What Constitutes "Doing Business" in Utah?
Who Must Register with the Utah Department of Commerce?
Why Register Your Business?
Utah Business Licensing & Registration Guide
How to Start a Business in Utah
Business Name Information
Tips for New Business Registrations
Business Information Website
Service of Process Information
Links to other websites
International Association of Corporation Administrators (IACA)
Workers Compensation Information
Local Business Licensing Offices
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office


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