Strengthening and Protecting Trademarks

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Trademark Screening

Trademark Screening

Save time and money by assessing the viability of proposed trademarks early in the process with online "knockout” screening of the largest collection of trademark information. Learn More »

Trademark Full Search

Full Search

Get the comprehensive information you need to assess the availability of your proposed trademark for use and registration in the U.S. across a broad range of sources. Learn More »

Trademark Watching

Trademark Watching

Safeguard your valuable brands and domain names from potential infringement with expert global watching services and solutions. Learn More »

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Company Name Databases

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Pharma In-Use Databases

We have certainly seen the colour of many corporations’ money when it comes to protecting a particular shade that is precious to their brand. We had the hard fought battle of Cadbury, who first began legal proceedings back in 2004, when it applied to the UK Intellectual Property Office to trademark the colour purple, or more specifically Pantone 2685C, for use on the packaging of its chocolate products.
The Hollywood Reporter recently broke a story saying that a former video game executive from Germany may have all the merchandise trademarks for the forthcoming Sony film “The Emoji Movie”. The article claimed that Sony could face a legal spat, as Marco Husges, founder of the The Emoji Co., created more than 3,000 of his own icons which were trademarked and licensed for use on an array of merchandise and also trademarked titles such as "emojiplanet" and "emojitown."
The latest report by legal analytics firm, Lex Machina, has revealed that fashion brands rank high on a list of companies who are consistently monitoring unauthorised uses of their names and logos.
Budget and time pressures are causing some professionals to seek out free alternatives when performing initial trademark screening searches. But are they really “free”?
Strategies to keep your trademark safe, before and after your launch.
In today’s global, digital marketplace, the risk of trademark infringement that damages brand equity has never been greater. It is essential to have a comprehensive, global strategy for detecting infringement rapidly and acting early to defend trademarks across all channels.