How do I search all trademarks?

Can you search registered trademarks?

You can search all applied-for and registered trademarks free of charge by using the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)’s Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS). If your mark includes a design element, you will have to search it by using a design code.

How do I search trademarks by industry?

Conduct the Search.

Search on TESS–the USPTO’s web-based Trademark Electronic Search System-at your local Patent and Trademark Resource Center ( or at home if you have Internet access.

How do you do a comprehensive trademark search?

How to Conduct a Trademark Search

  1. Open the USPTO Trademark Electronic Search System online. …
  2. Select “Word and/or Design Mark Search (Free Form)”. …
  3. Try the obvious first. …
  4. Make sure you’re covering all the bases. …
  5. Expand the field of search. …
  6. Narrow the search to reduce distractions. …
  7. Review the records you found.

Can I do a trademark search for free?

The USPTO’s Trademark Electronic Search System, known as TESS, is freely available and can show you what marks have been registered in what trademark classes. … In addition to searching for registered trademarks on TESS, you should also do a free Internet search to see how and where the name you want is being used.

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How do I check if a name is registered?

How to check

  1. Select the ‘Check online’ button.
  2. Enter the association name you want to search.
  3. Select ‘Check Now’ to view the search results.

Do trademarks expire?

How long does a trademark last in the US? In the United States, a federal trademark can potentially last forever, but it has to be renewed every ten years. If the mark is still being used between the 5th and the 6th year after it was registered, then the registration can be renewed.

How do I search for trademark logos?

Conduct a Free Logo Search at the USPTO Site

  1. Visit the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office website.
  2. Click “Trademarks” and then select “Searching Trademarks.”
  3. Navigate to the Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS). …
  4. After you check the manual, use TESS to search the USPTO database.

What is Class 41 trademark?

Class 41 includes services for education, tutoring, training, entertainment, and various sporting and cultural activities. Class 41 covers mainly services rendered by persons or institutions to educate persons or train animals, as well as services intended to entertain.

Can I trademark my business name?

Business names, product names, logos and labels can all be trademarks. You acquire a trademark by using your mark in commerce—in other words, using it when you conduct your business. For additional protection, you can register a trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

How much does it cost to register a trademark?


Assuming that you are already using the trademark in commerce and do not need to file an intent to use application, the cost for filing a trademark is a flat fee of $650 + Gov. Filing Fees of either $225 or $275 per class of goods.

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What is a full trademark search?

A full search refers to searches that cover all avenues for trademark protection in the trademark system that is the subject of the search. Searching firms use computer software to run these searches and categorize the results according to how close they are to the mark that is the subject of the search.

What is a comprehensive trademark search?

A comprehensive trademark search can help you identify trademark classes where a mark similar to yours may already be in use. The USPTO keeps a searchable “trademark identification manual” online to help you find the trademark classification that’s right for you.