The Trademark Company ditches trademark registration services, but the low-cost filing model continues elsewhere

This week, The Trademark Company's website removed trademark registration services from its offerings. This follows founder Matthew H Swyers agreeing to resign from practising before the USPTO. However, low-cost registration filings are still being offered by another company established by Swyers – ensuring that the debate over the commoditisation of trademark work will continue unabated.

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