Thomson Reuters CompuMark announces fastest ever turnaround times with new online trademark clearance technology

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7 October 2015


PrintThe process of clearing new brands for registration as trademarks is set to be revolutionized across the globe, with the launch of an online trademark clearance solution from the world leading experts in trademark research and brand protection solutions, Thomson Reuters CompuMark.

Trademark Clearance is an easy to use online tool that enables trademark professionals to meet the demands of the digital economy for speed, quality and collaboration, delivering search results within minutes.

The solution helps trademark professionals mitigate the risk of going to market without a clearance search for certain brand assets by providing them with the information needed to help clear their mark in a matter of minutes with a self-service approach.

“In today’s digital economy, trademark professionals are facing unprecedented pressures to deliver informed counsel quickly and effectively to minimize risks to businesses”, said Mark Frost, general manager of Thomson Reuters CompuMark.

“Trademark Clearance transforms the clearing of new trademarks giving businesses a strong competitive advantage. Customers now have the choice between full service search from Thomson Reuters CompuMark experts and a highly interactive search engine like Trademark Clearance with instant results”.

Trademark Clearance is powered by state of the art technology, developed specifically with trademarks in mind, and is backed by industry leading content and expert services. The Trademark Clearance interactive decision support tools provide at a glance insight on a mark and enables trademark professionals to structure and reframe searches in real time, to deliver focused results and reduce the subsequent workload associated with the legal process.

The solution, which is available via SERION will encourage more informed conclusions and enable greater speed to market.

 



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