Trademark Now Franchise Later®


Protecting your intellectual propery and business amidst the rise of artificial intelligence.


Trademark Now Franchise Later® specializes in trademark, patent, and copyright registration and enforcement measures. Business immigration goes hand in hand with our intellectual property services and we have the pleasure of being able to facilitate foreign based entrepreneurs, business owners, and extraordinary individuals’ pursuit of the American dream. Our team has been supporting inventors, entrepreneurs, and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) for over a decade, providing them with the necessary legal framework to protect their ventures in the United States and around the world. We offer a wide range of business services including the protection and development of trademarks, patents, copyrights, and franchising models, while also helping foreign businesses and entrepreneurs relocate to the United States by obtaining Investor and employment-based immigration visas. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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Trademark Benefits

The Direct Benefits of Registering a Trademark or Patent in the United States a global trend.
In today’s globalized business environment, protecting your brand identity and innovations is more crucial than ever. Registering a trademark or patent in the United States provides that protection and offers a variety of direct benefits to businesses and entrepreneurs. The registration of your trademark or patent is necessary in the United States because of consumer demand and consumers great purchasing power. Let’s explore their main benefits.


A U.S. Registered trademark or patent bestows upon you the exclusive right to use your brand name, logo, or invention throughout the United States. This exclusivity is a key factor in maintaining the uniqueness and integrity of your brand or invention, setting you apart from competitors.

Legal Enforcement:

With a registered trademark or patent, you gain strong legal ground to protect your rights. In cases of infringement, you are better positioned to enforce your rights and safeguard your intellectual property.

Brand Recognition and Credibility:

Registered trademarks and patents enhance your brand’s reputation, adding a sense of legitimacy and reliability in the minds of consumers. They demonstrate your commitment to protecting your brand or invention, which can significantly boost consumer trust and loyalty.

Asset Enhancement:

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Registered trademarks and patents are valuable assets. They can dramatically increase your company’s worth, making it more attractive to potential investors and buyers. Moreover, U.S. Registration can be used as a basis for seeking protection in foreign countries, including those in the European Union.

Why don't you register your Trademark or Patent today?

At Alcoba Law we have “Trademark Now Franchise Later”, a program for Entrepreneurs that will allow you to receive the support you need.

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Registering a trademark or patent in the United States:

Registering a trademark or patent in the United States offers unparalleled protection for your brand or invention, bolstering your company’s value, and enhancing its reputation. With Alcoba Law’s efficient registration program, we will ensure your intellectual property rights are well-guarded, both in the United States and abroad, allowing your business to thrive on a global stage.

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Juliet Alcoba

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Don’t leave your brand’s future to chance. Contact a trademark lawyer today to learn more about how they can help you protect your brand and ensure its success.

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If you’re looking to register a trademark, it’s important to work with a qualified trademark attorney to ensure that your trademark is registered correctly.