Strengthening and Protecting Trademarks

Thomson CompuMark enables trademark professionals worldwide to launch, expand and protect strong brands through unmatched global content, innovative tools, industry-leading expertise, and best-in-class service. That’s why 9 out of 10 of the world’s most valuable brands choose us as their trademark clearance and protection partner.

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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 »

Trademark Watching

TM go365™

TM go365™ is a revolutionary, cloud-based, self-service clearance solution that gives you the power to search word and image marks quickly and cost-effectively. Learn More »

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Trademark Databases

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Industrial Databases

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Company Name Databases

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Pharma In-Use Databases

In the countdown to Christmas, brands large and small are launching their biggest seasonal marketing campaigns of the year. From Halloween and Thanksgiving, to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, consumers are bombarded with advertising and marketing messages.
The explosion of the craft beer market has drawn a lot of attention to the importance of choosing the right name. In the US there are more than 4,200 craft breweries and the number keeps growing. Across the pond in the UK the trend is similar with an estimated 1,700 craft breweries, which is an increase of 8% from 2015.
There have been a number of cases in the media of brands frantically back-pedalling prior to the launch of a new product and having to change its name. Either that, or facing potential legal action from a brand with a shared or similar name that didn’t come up in the screening process. But what about a country name? What’s the process involved in trademarking a country name? And should this even be a consideration?
For brand owners outside the U.S., the process of securing trademark rights in the American market presents some important differences. Learn how to avoid three common mistakes.
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.