The mark consists of the letters BTJD next to two circles located at opposite ends (one in the lower left corner and the other in the upper right corner) of an invisible square. The two circles are separated diagonally by a third stretched-out circle that narrows in the middle and that extends from the upper left corner to the lower right corner of the invisible square. One circle represents a lawyer, the other circle represents a client, and the stretched-out circle represents a table. Under the letters BTJD are the words Bennett Tueller Johnson & Deere.
Colors could not be determined.
Color is not claimed as a feature of the mark.
Circles, two (not concentric) , Circles that are totally or partially shaded., Rectangles that are completely or partially shaded, Rectangles with one or more curved sides, Miscellaneous designs with overall rectangular shape