Yes, you can trademark your first name.

You may trademark a first name if you use it as a brand for your product or services. For example, the name “JESSICA” is trademarked for a line of skin care products. Since trademarks deal with the way that your products and services are presented to your customer, you may choose to utilize your first name as part of your brand identity.

Trademarks that could potentially confuse consumers or interfere with an existing similar trademark could be denied. It is advisable to have the assistance of a trademark attorney when navigating the concepts and processes of trademark registration.

If you’re interested in learning more about how to trademark your first name, contact us today to speak with one of our associates.


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