The trademark specialist will prepare the search and weigh the relatedness of the goods or services with actual evidence.
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After a quick search, you may see a list of
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and which ones aren't - and whether any of them will require you to choose a new trademark - is
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The comprehensive search is much more robust. The comprehensive search examines additional resources,
which is important because it will capture common law usage in addition to just federally-registered trademarks.
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