Trademark Searches

Every Successful Trademark Application Starts With a Comprehensive Trademark Search

A comprehensive trademark search includes a search of all applications filed with the USPTO, a search of state and federal databases, and a common-law search.

$250 for Comprehensive Search

FREE BASIC TRADEMARK SEARCH

Registered Artists searches the entire USPTO database for potentially conflicting marks. To provide you with the most protection, Registered Artists not only searches for marks that have been officially registered, but also pending trademark applications, as well as abandoned and/or dead trademarks.

COMPREHENSIVE TRADEMARK SEARCH

A comprehensive search extends beyond the USPTO database to include a search of state and federal databases. For example, if a business has filed for registration with a secretary of state, but has not sought registration with the USPTO, the comprehensive search will identify the business if the name potentially conflicts with the mark you are searching for. Also, Registered Artists’ comprehensive search includes a common law search. A common law search is a broad search of public records available over the internet.

What is a comprehensive trademark search?

UP TO THREE SEARCHES

Your comprehensive trademark search may reveal a potentially conflicting trademark which could prevent you from registering your mark with the USPTO. If that happens, Registered Artists has you covered. If you discover a conflict, Registered Artists will provide you with up to three searches without any additional charge.

$250 for Comprehensive Search

New Trademark Application by Jay-Z Suggests Creation of New Production Company

On May 3, 2021, Jay-Z’s company, S. Carter Enterprises, filed to register “2/J” as a trademark for entertainment production services for motion pictures, television, and the internet. The application reflects that Jay-Z is not yet using 2/J the trademark, but his...

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The key to obtaining and protecting a trademark is to start with a comprehensive search to ensure there are no conflicting trademarks, followed by successfully registering your trademark, and then monitoring the trademark to ensure it is not be infringed upon by some...

New USPTO Rules are on the Horizon Under the Trademark Modernization Act

The USPTO is actively preparing new rules as part of its implementation of the recently passed Trademark Modernization Act (“TMA”).  The new rules, which are expected to go into effect by December 27, 2021, are intended to provide new tools for removing unused...