I want to help you protect your brand
Having a relationship with an experienced trademark attorney is one of the most important investments you can make in your business (and its future).
Your company can only be successful and survive if you have a strong legal foundation that supports your efforts, and that includes trademarks. Without a registered trademark in your brand name and brand identity that you own exclusively, you...well...got nothing.
My team and I will take the headache-inducing stress, uninformed guesswork and unknown risks out of your brand strategy.
You don't have a "brand strategy?" Don't fret. We can create one together. Let's do it soon, though, because the last thing you want is to discover you don't actually have the trademark rights to your brand name or logo. Yes....it can be that serious.
I will make sure you own your trademarks exclusively and permanently with our flat-fee trademark research, trademark filing, trademark monitoring and trademark protection services. We do everything virtually and painlessly (okay, hiring a lawyer might not fall into the "painless" category, but we promise to make it as enjoyable as possible).
So what are the next steps?
Just use the link below to sign up for a free 30-minute consultation with me. We can talk through your situation and come up with a plan for securing your trademark quickly and predictably.
How do I set up a free 30-minute consultation call with Jessica?
You can set it up using this link:
How much do you charge for a trademark application?
We charge flat-fees for almost all of our work, but it depends on the type of trademark you need. Set up a free consultation call with Jessica and she can give you the pricing after she learns more about your trademark and your business.
How quickly can you get a trademark application on file?
We can get it on file within a week or two, assuming we have all the information we need from you to do our research and prepare the application. Sometimes, though, it can take longer if there needs to be additional research or even revisions made to a mark in order to have the strongest chance of approval. Jessica is really good at helping you get your ducks in a row up front before anything is filed. Set up a free 30-minute consultation here:
How long does it normally take to get a trademark?
The short answer is that it is rare to get a registered trademark sooner than 7-8 months. That is because the USPTO take a long time to review applications and make decisions. But you do have some protection once you are on file, so it doesn't mean you can't start building your brand as you wait. Jessica and her team are amazing at making sure you have a strong mark before you file so your chances of getting a registered mark are typically very high if you follow her advice. Set up a free 30-minute consultation to get a customized price and timeline:
I have a potential trademark dispute. Can you help me with that?
Absolutely! The best thing to do is make an appointment to talk to Jessica. Use this link to set up a free 30-minute consult with her. She can walk you through next steps.
Jessica Eaves Mathews, founder of Leverage Legal Group®, is passionate about providing exceptional, flat-fee trademark registration services to clients in all 50 states. She has been doing trademark legal work for clients since 2008, and has been a business lawyer for over 26 years. She serves clients in all 50 states, and is licensed in Washington and New Mexico, and admitted in front of the United States Patent and Trademark Office for her trademark work nationwide.
Jessica represents businesses and business owners, from solopreneurs, to mom and pop stores & restaurants, to professional service-providers, to Fortune 500 companies and some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world, including serving as the head of litigation and compliance for Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft.
Jessica graduated magna cum laude from Seattle University School of Law, where she was Editor in Chief of the Seattle University Law Review. Jessica received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of New Mexico.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
AVVO rating of “Excellent”
Martindale Hubbell rating of 5 stars
Albuquerque Business First Woman of Influence 2015
Albuquerque Business First, 2013 Top CEO, Business Services
#1 Best-Selling Author, 2013, Wonder Women: How Western Women Will Save the World
2013 StartupNation's Leading Moms in Business
Silver Stevie® Award for Women in Business, Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2012
2012 Gold Stevie® Award, New Company of the Year
2012 Bronze Stevie® Award, Best New Company
2012 Bronze Stevie® Award, Company of the Year, Diversified Services
2012 Bronze Stevie® Award, Best New Product or Service - Business to Business Services
Superlawyers Rising Star, 2001 and 2002
Jessica is in San Diego and practices regularly in front of the United States Patent and Trademark Office for clients in all 50 states and around the world.
Jessica the Entrepreneur, Author and Equestrian
Jessica is the co-author of the #1 Best Selling book, Wonder Women: How Western Women Will Save the World, has been featured on MSNBC, Oprah Magazine, Forbes.com, NBC, Oxygen, Allure Magazine, and is the Silver Stevie® award winner for Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2012.
Jessica is an award-winning entrepreneur, intellectual property & business lawyer, best-selling author, sought-after speaker, and leading authority on helping women entrepreneurs and executives step into their power and create a brilliant business, career and life on their own terms.
Jessica has continued to get experience “on the other side of the conference table” as an entrepreneur and is the Founder and CEO of several companies, including An Capall Equestrian® and An Capall Apparel®, and as co-founder of Hautepreneurs™, the Premier Peer Network and Business Accelerator for Women Entrepreneurs.
She lives in the San Diego area with her daughter, 9 horses and 4 dogs. When not working, Jessica and her daughter are either riding, showing or just being with their horses on their horse farm, traveling (let's face it, usually for horses), or watching Marvel or Harry Potter movies for the umpteenth time.