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LegalForce Trademarkia

 
LegalForce Trademarkia is a technology platform that enables the automated and efficient search of trademark, domain and corporate legal records.

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Company Name:
LegalForce Trademarkia
Company Website:
http://www.trademarkia.com
Company LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/company/1259794/
Company Twitter:
https://twitter.com/trademarkia?lang=en
Company overview:

LegalForce Trademarkia is one of the largest legal solutions technology platforms and websites on the Internet. Trademarkia's unmatched free visual trademark search allows users to locate trademarks quickly and easily on their own, rather than merely offering a paid search service. Recognizing that innovation is a global concept, Trademarkia facilitates the filing of trademarks not only into the United States, but also in most major countries around the world, with automated tools and technology. All applications for the registration of a trademark in the United States are managed by licensed U.S. trademark attorneys at the firm of LegalForce RAPC Worldwide based on a successful conflict check performed to best protect your interests. LegalForce RAPC Worldwide represents over 4,000 individuals, small businesses, and multinational corporations.

Solution(s):
HQ Location:
United States
Year Founded:
2009
Private / Public:
private
Ideal prospect law department size:
25-100
Number of employees:
1-50
Key Geographical Presence:
North America
Languages:
English
Solution(s):
  1. Trademark Search (Specialty: IP Search & Monitoring)

    There are two types of Trademark Search: a knockout search and a comprehensive search. What is the difference? Why even do a search at all?

    Patent Search (Specialty: IP Search & Monitoring)

    A professional patent search can help you to avoid the time and cost of preparing a patent application that is too close to an existing invention or publication. It can help you decide whether and how to prepare your application and to focus your time and money on the parts of your invention most likely to be patentable.