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Notice of Office Closure

The Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development offices will be closed to the public on November 23rd and 24th. We will be closed November 23rd in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday and November 24th is an unpaid furlough day for employees to reduce state expenses.


Trademark Registration

Any word, design, logo, or combination of these used by a manufacturer or merchant to identify goods made or sold, or services provided in Alaska, may be registered by filing an application for state trademark registration. The filing fee is $50.00 per class of goods or services being registered.

Before registering a mark you are strongly advised to conduct a thorough search of your mark before filing. This search may include, but not limited to: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; State of Alaska registered marks; and other state’s registrations. If you require assistance, you are advised to seek the services of an attorney, or other qualified professional specializing in the area of trademark law.

1.   Before you start filing for a trademark:

2.   How is a trademark different from a patent or a copyright?

3.   What types of marks does the State of Alaska register?

4.   How long is a State of Alaska trademark good for?

5.   Is there a list of State of Alaska registered marks?

6.   How does one register a mark with the State of Alaska?

7.   Top 8 tips for registering a mark in the State of Alaska.

8.   Can the registrant (owner) of a mark be changed?

9.   How can the owner (registrant) information be updated without a change in owner?

10.   What is the remedy if someone infringes on my trademark rights?

Contact Us:

If you have questions you can reach us at either the Juneau or Anchorage phone numbers listed below or by emailing us at