Types and Format of Drawings in Trademarks

Types and Format of Drawings in Trademarks

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Types and Format of Drawings in Trademarks
A crucial part of a trademark application for registration of a mark under the United States Patent and Trademark Office, is the submission of the trademark drawing.
A trademark application may be either made through paper documentation, delivered in person or by post to the Patent and Trademark Office, or through electronically assisted means, via the Office's online Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS). If filled out on paper, a trademark drawing should be placed on a page 8½ inches wide by 11 inches long. 
The paper should be white and "non-shiny." It will have the trademark drawing itself in the middle of the page, just below a listing of the basic information on contact and commercial purpose required of a trademark application. JPEG files are required for the actual trademark drawing if the TEAS function is used for the trademark application process.

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