AccuMark® US Trademark Clearance Report

US Trademark Clearance Report

Ideal for U.S. businesses looking to clear business names, logos or products names prior to launch.

Trademark attorneys providing legal support on the registration, use and exploitation of new and existing trademarks understand that it is essential to conduct a thorough search of various databases to ensure that a client’s proposed mark is not infringing on someone else’s mark, before filing a trademark application. Even if a mark is not registered with the trademark office, it may enjoy certain common law protection. As such, a comprehensive trademark search is an invaluable tool prior to investing in registration and use of any mark. The AccuMark® U.S. Trademark Clearance Report is thorough, comprehensive, and professional. Among the areas we research or otherwise utilize are government trademark databases, government copyright records, major news publications, company directories, domain registrations, user-generated content, various proprietary databases, and the top search engines.

The main value of an AccuMark® U. S. Trademark Clearance Report is in its precision, comprehensive coverage, and reliability. However, AccuMark® also recognizes the importance of cost and turnaround time. With a competitive pricing scale and with our two business day turnaround time, an AccuMark® U.S. Trademark Clearance Report provides better value in every respect. While other major providers charge hundreds of dollars extra for expedited service, our fast service is standard, and provided at no extra charge.

Further, AccuMark® search results and reports are comprehensive without being superfluous. Unlike other providers, who most often are not supervised by recognized trademark lawyers, we rely on the expertise of veteran U.S. and U.K. trademark attorneys who founded AccuMark®, devised the AccuMark® reports, and have trained the AccuMark® legal professionals who conduct the searches and prepare the reports. Also, unlike some other providers, we do not pad our reports with information from irrelevant searches in obscure and unessential fields.