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  • Federal trademark application filed by an attorney.
  • Attorney overturns non-substantive USPTO Office Actions for free. Application monitored throughout its lifetime.
  • Attorney available for your questions before and after filing.
  • Comprehensive USPTO database and common law conflict search performed by the attorney. Free second search on alternative mark if needed.
  • Legal opinion on odds of success of your trademark drafted by attorney and emailed to you.
  • Attorney researches, drafts, and files any legal brief that might be needed to overcome a substantive USPTO Office Action.
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About JPG Legal

JPG Legal is a law firm that has been helping businesses and individuals protect and grow their brands for years. In 2018, JPG Legal was ranked the #22 law firm in the United States by number of federal trademark applications filed.


JPG Legal was founded by Jeremy Peter Green, who has been profiled on USA Today, CNBC, CNN Money, NPR’s Morning Edition, WIRED, MSNBC, the New York Daily News, HLN, CNN Politics, DCist,, CNET,, NBC News, Refinery29, the Globe and Mail, and several other news sources. Green was the 10th most prolific trademark attorney in the United States in 2018, having handled 770 new federal trademark applications last year.


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Republic Restoratives

Rodham Rye People Screenshot

Republic Restoratives, a D.C.-based, woman-owned distillery, wanted to dedicate a whiskey to the women who inspired them. The United States Patent and Trademark Office, however, disagreed with their vision and rejected their trademark application for being “named after a living person.”

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Hillary Clinton is presented with Rodham Rye live on MSNBC.

Fortunately, Jeremy Peter Green was their trademark attorney. He quickly drafted and filed an Office Action Response, citing various precedents and statutes, and the rejection was overturned. Now Rodham Rye is being sold in a multitude of stores around the East Coast.

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Amazon’s Project Zero Means Getting a Trademark Is Now More Important Than Ever

Amazon announced a new program yesterday ambitiously named Project Zero. Unlike similarly named projects that aim to reduce things like traffic fatalities or carbon emissions, Amazon’s Project Zero “empowers brands to help drive counterfeits to zero.”
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Should I Trademark My Amazon Brand?

Amazon has recently changed its standards for their Brand Registry, which is the in-house trademark database they maintain for sellers. This is the main resource Amazon sellers have for stopping people who counterfeit and infringe on their brands. Indeed, I’ve been getting so many clients who sell on Amazon in the past few months that I’ve decided to make it a major part of my trademark filing practice.

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The Future Of The Trademark Services Business Model

The two primary trademarking models — both the traditional law firm model and the no-frills online “legal service provider” model — are rackets. Conventional lawyers are bad at client acquisition, so they tend to exploit the clients they do manage to get, billing as many hours to them as they can.
In reality, it simply doesn’t take much time to perform due diligence on trademarks, or to file trademark applications. However, on the other end, there are also all of these cheap, no-frills online service providers who don’t seem to be bound by any ethical obligations and who mislead people about their likelihood of success or the hidden back-end costs of their trademark applications. I’m trying to bridge that gap with my firm.
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Is It Illegal To Trademark a President’s Name?

A client asked me to research this recently. One of her investors insisted there was a special rule against trademarking a president’s name. I told my client I was fairly certain that this wasn’t true, but if she really wanted to be sure, I could spend about thirty minutes researching it at my hourly rate. She said she considered it worth following up on and gave me the green light.

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