Trademark Filing Questionnaire 1. Email Address*Please enter the email address at which you would like to receive email relating to the application. NOTE THAT ALL OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE WILL BE SENT TO PRINCIPLE LAW AS THE ATTORNEY OF RECORD. Please be aware that you may receive advertisements purporting to be official correspondence as a result of submitting a trademark application to the USPTO Applicant InformationIn this section we will collect information about the trademark applicant as is required by the2. Applicant Legal Name*Please include the full legal name of the entity or individual owner(s) of the mark.3. Entity Type*Mark only one oval.IndividualCorporationLimited liability companyPartnershipLimited partnershipJoint ventureSole proprietorshipTrustEstateForeign/other (please describe in questions/comments section at the bottom)4. Jurisdiction of Organization/IncorporationIf Applicant is an entity rather than an individual, please indicate the jurisdiction of organization/incorporation of the entity5. Mailing Address*Please enter the physical address at which you would like to receive mail relating to the application. NOTE THAT ALL OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE WILL BE SENT TO PRINCIPLE LAW AS THE ATTORNEY OF RECORD. Please be aware that you may receive advertisements purporting to be official correspondence.6. Domicile Address (if different than Mailing Address)Please enter the address of the owner’s principle place of business if owned by a entity or the primary residence of the owner if owned by an individual. The domicile address will not be made public record.7. Website AddressPlease enter the address of the owner’s website or other websites showing the applied-for mark in use, if available.8. Phone Number*Please enter your phone number, area code first.Mark InformationIn this Section we will collect information about the mark you plan to register with the USPTO9. Type of Mark*Please indicate whether this application is for: Mark only one oval.a “standard character mark” (aka a “word mark”) in which rights to the word(s) it/themselves (e.g. “NIKE”) are claimed;a “special form mark” (aka a “design mark” or “logo mark”) in which rights to the design is claimed, the Nike Swoosh for example;a sound mark (e.g. the NBC jingle); orUnsure. Please have a trademark expert contact me to discuss.