A trademark can be renewed an unlimited number of times as long as the trademark is still being used in commerce and the trademark owner still intends to use it in the future. The renewal process involves filing a renewal application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and paying the required fees. The trademark owner must also provide evidence of continued use of the trademark in commerce. Trademark renewals are typically filed between the 9th and 6th year after the initial registration and every 10 years thereafter. It is important to keep a trademark registration active in order to maintain the trademark owner’s exclusive right to use the trademark and to prevent others from registering a similar trademark.