What is Trademark Search?
The purpose of conducting a trademark search is to find out the chances of procuring successful registration from the relevant trademark office. The International Protocol on Trademark Law, Madrid Protocol, expressly prohibits registration of deceptively similar trademarks. A trademark is considered to be deceptively similar if it is visually or/and phonetically similar to an already existing trademark. On the basis of the search results extracted from the government records of the relevant nations and the opinion provided in the trademark search records, you can decide whether you want to proceed with the trademark application or not.
Under this head, you will get a professionally written trademark search report on our official letter-head with a written opinion drafted by one of our trademark attorneys. The search would encompass not only results from the government records, but also company and domain records to see if there are prior users who may create hurdles while the application is pending with the relevant office.