Trademarks, patents, and copyrights are all related types of intellectual property. However, they are viewed very differently in the eyes of business law.
A Trademark Search Report is necessary when registering for a new trademark. This article lists the three steps you should follow when making this report.
Class 35 is the first of the service classes. This is an intentionally broad category that includes all services that involve advertising, human resources, office services, and consulting.
Now that you have a trademark search report, you should review the report and determine if your proposed trademark will conflict with an existing trademark.
Conducting a thorough trademark search before you register will give you confidence in the brand name you have chosen.
Conducting due diligence before you register your trademark is an important step. A trademark search report will give you confidence in your brand as you move forward with registration.