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Trademark Search

Avoid trademark conflicts before you apply for registration

Make sure your trademark is available before spending money and time on applying for a federal trademark

Pricing starts at $199


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Why do I need to search other trademarks?

Trademark’s main purpose is to prevent confusion in the market place, ensuring that customers will come to know that who is behind a particular service/product.

Most of the companies’ first step is TRADEMARK SEARCH as it holds a lot of importance. It enables them to avoid brand or trade names that already or will be soon in use. Searching a Trademark before jumping into any kind of business is always a good choice so you can have a quick and simple check regarding the availability of a mark you want to choose. A brand name which is already used in marketplace could result in a business having to develop a new trade name from scratch at short notice, stop their production process, and even remove and destroy those products that have already been produced.

What is considered a trademark conflict?

When one’s trademark is confusingly similar to the other Trademark which is already registered or being used by someone in the marketplace then it is clearly a case of Trademark conflict. This is the reason why most of the companies offers Trademark search. We can understand this with the help of an Example- 2 Trademarks that may seem similar can both be allowed if they’re used for unrelated products or services, and are therefore unlikely to cause consumer confusion.

How to apply for Trademark Search

Apply
You are supposed to fill your details in our simple questionnaire and submit documents.
Search
Trademark Search is done to check whether unique logo name filed is available or not.
Application
We create your Trademark application and file it with U.S. Patent and Trademark office (USPTO)
Complete
We shall then mail you the application number, which helps to check status of application

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Federal and State Search

$199

Trademark Search

Search of pending applications and registered federal trademarks to uncover any similar marks


Search by State

Search of active and registered trademarks from 50 states


Online Results

Search results compiled online for easy reading and reference


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Federal, State and Common Law Search

$299

Trademark Search

Search of pending applications and registered federal trademarks to uncover any similar marks


Search by State

Search of active and registered trademarks from 50 states


Online Results

Search results compiled online for easy reading and reference


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World Scan International Search

$499

Includes Everything from Federal, State and Common Law Search plus


International Search

sending of pending applications (where available) and registered international trademarks including:

  • Canada
  • The United Kingdom
  • The European Community
  • World Intellectual Property Organisation(WIPO)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Trademark classification which is offered by UPSTO divides all the goods and services into 45 trademark classes from which 34 are for goods and 11 are for services. Each class consists of many goods or services and they are not always obvious from the class name. Before filing your trademark application you must select the class of goods or services that your trademark will protect. You must also identify the goods or services you provide. There will be total protection provided by your trademark to good, services and class that you name in your application.
You must identify the class of goods and services that your trademarks covers before applying for the trademark registration. You may not be able to register a trademark if you choose the wrong class. So it is very important to choose the right class to register a trademark. In case you register for the wrong class, you cannot change your registration later to name a different one, or to switch from a good to a service. A comprehensive trademark search can help you identify trademark classes where a mark similar to yours may already be in use. The USPTO keeps a searchable “trademark identification manual” online to help you find the trademark classification that’s right for you. If you’re not sure or you have questions, consider one of our legal plans and schedule a consultation with an attorney.