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Trademark searching is an important step to take before you file a trademark application
Why Professional Trademark Search?
A trademark search is an important step to take before you file a trademark application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. A search for U.S. federal trademarks can reveal whether there is already a pending or registered trademark that is identical or very similar to your proposed trademark. Our search process uncovers trademarks that are identical and very similar to yours, including those with different spellings, phonetic similarities, and similar meanings.
Marks that have not been registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office but are used in commerce may also receive protection under common law. While they do not directly affect approval of a proposed trademark’s application, they may still prevent a proposed trademark from being registered. This can happen, for example, if the owner of a common law mark opposes registration of a proposed mark during the application examination process. As such, a search of common law marks is also always beneficial.
The U.S. Professional Trademark Search Package
In the U.S. Professional Search Package, you receive a Trademark Search Report prepared after conducting a detailed trademark search of the following:
(A) U.S. federal trademarks using the U.S. Patent and Trademark office's records of registered, published, and pending trademarks, including records of cancellations, assignments, and abandonments, where applicable.
(B) U.S. common law marks including domain names, company names, and internet products & services using online databases, search engines, trade directories, major telephone directories, and records obtained from ICANN-accredited domain name registrars.
*Services are offered and provided by the law firm of Raj Abhyanker, P.C.
Disclaimer: The information provided in this site is not legal advice, but general information on legal issues commonly encountered. Trademarkia is not a law firm and is not a substitute for an attorney or law firm. Trademarkia cannot provide legal advice. Please note that your access to and use of Trademarkia.com is subject to additional terms and conditions.