A trademark, which is also simply referred to as a “mark,” is defined as a distinctive word, phrase, logo, graphic symbol, or other device that’s used to identify a business’s product or service, and to distinguish it from competitors.
While working on registering your freelance business as an LLC in California, you need to establish that you have what’s known as an “agent for service of process” in the state. Never heard of this? Not a problem; we’ll explain.
Are you a freelancer who’s ready to officially form their own business? That’s great! Just keep in mind that there are several steps involved, one of which is to decide how you’ll legally organize your business.
Registering your freelance business as an LLC (Limited Liability Company) comes with a host of perks. But before you can reap the benefits of operating as an LLC, you need to complete your registration. And the first step involves coming up with a unique name.