Waiting is a risky game in the world of intellectual property.
If you wait too long between inventing a great new product and filing the patent, you risk someone else releasing a product or your patent-worthy method to the public before you get to the patent office. If that happens, you will lose the ability to get a patent.
If you wait too long to file for a trademark, you risk someone else making it to the Trademark Office first. When it comes to registering marks, the Trademark Office doesn’t care who used it first, they only care who filed their application first. If you’ve been using the mark for longer, you may still be able to get your trademark, but it will invariably be more expensive.
If you wait too long to file for your copyright you risk losing out on valuable statutory damages, which can be up to $150,000 per instance of infringement.
Don’t wait. Call now.