Trademark Searches

Check all your trademarks before you use them. Then register them for protection.

Why you need to check trademarks on all company and product names

Legal checking on product and service names is greatly complicated by the fact that there are far more products than companies, and many of the names in use are only common law marks. This means they are not registered as trademarks and are not necessarily found by Google or Yahoo or any other simple search engine query.

Already think you have  a great name?

Let us run a comprehensive name search – we do them in house ourselves. Fast, affordable and thorough. Only $180 per name – or $200 for two names in the same category.

Will include recommendations on how to proceed. Plus we will address any language issues.

Of course, we do this on all finalist names that we create.  See Naming Process.

Searches include US and Canadian registered trademarks, state or provincial registrations, domains, comprehensive common law, small business registrations, etc.

And how do you check a tagline or slogan?

Yes, taglines can be registered too. Although not many are, you can be sure when they become famous they will be. In the meantime, let us help keep you in the clear.

And when it rains on your parade, look up rather than down.
Without the rain, there would be no rainbow.
…Jerry Chin

Naming Articles

New brand insider articles from an experienced marketing team. Learn all the basics of naming, branding and trademark registration from these free reports:

Jan 2014: Predictions for 2014 and Free Offers.

Dec 2013: Regional, National & International Name Styles.

Oct 2013: Planning for All the New Domain Names.

Jul 2012: The right names go down in history.

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