Available Trademark Databases

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Canadian Data (CIPO)

CIPO Agent

The founders of CDNameSearch were on the development team that created CIPO's electronic trademark database. The knowledge and experience they acquired during this time came together and culminated into a search engine perfectly designed to search the CIPO database quickly and accurately. Enhanced indices facilitate finding results that other search engines may miss. An internal classification system ensures that class searches pick up relevant marks that other search engines do miss. Multiple indices are further optimized to make design searching a more viable and accurate process. Our data is updated weekly directly from CIPO, optimized, then made available to you by mail or through our webservice on a weekly basis.

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American Data (USPTO)

USPTO Attorney

Using our experience with and understanding of the CIPO database, we set ourselves the task of taking the USPTO database apart and seeing what it was made of. After a year of research and development, we were confident that we had achieved a level of speed and accuracy on par with our CIPO trademark searching. Enhanced indices facilitate finding results that other search engines may miss. An internal classification system ensures that class searches pick up relevant marks that other search engines do miss. Multiple indices are further optimized to make design searching a more viable and accurate process. Our data is updated daily directly from the USPTO, optimized, then made available to you by mail on a weekly basis.

USPTO Searcher

Providing the same speed and accuracy as the USPTO Attorney database, the Searcher version excludes features that some may find irrelevant to their searching. These include Design searching, Attorney/Correspondent searching, Procecution History searching, Phonetic searching and Full Text searching. Note, however, that word marks with designs can still be found, and that a mark's entire full text can still be viewed. Because of this reduction in data, the Searcher database has the advantage of costing less.

* Local databases provide all trademark information locally, and do not require any internet connectivity. Webservice databases require a connection over port 80 to retrieve trademark information.

What is a Local Database?

With the purchase of a local database subscription, we will send you the entire PTO database on single or multiple CDs or DVDs on a weekly, biweekly or monthly schedule. The database is then installed on your computer or a local server. Since all trademark information is stored locally, not only does this increase search speeds, but it also means no internet connection is required.

What is a Webservice Database?

With the purchase of a webservice database subscription, you'll only need to have the CDNameSearch client installed on your computer. That client will then connect to our webservice, where it will submit search patterns and receive search results and trademark information. The interface's interactions with the data are virtually identical to the local database, the difference is that the data is stored and updated daily or weekly on our servers.

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