Trademark Full Search - Entertainment

The industry standard for clearing entertainment brands for trademark use and registration in the US.


  • Title and trademark coverage
  • Intelligent search strategies
  • Streamlined reporting & analysis
  • Expert, personalized support

Intended for

  • Entertainment Lawyer
  • Trademark Lawyer
  • Trademark Paralegal


Minimize risk for you and your clients by trusting your entertainment trademark research with the industry leader. With an average of 18 years of experience, our analyts develop advanced search strategies to deliver the information you need to form an opinion about a mark that will be used for both title and trademark purposes.

To find out more, visit us on the Thomson Compumark website.

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  • Full title and trademark content coverage included
  • Ongoing content evaluation to ensure we include new and emerging sources including user generated content of trademark/entertainment rich data
  • Domain Name and Web coverage in every report
  • Online Analysis tools to speed your review and reporting process
  • Simplify follow up research with one-click
  • Every USPTO record is checked for accuracy before entering our database (thousands corrected each month)


  • Cost-effective picture of the entertainment field for your proposed mark
  • Peace of mind knowing as content is developed and evolves we will work to incorporate in to our research
  • Save time with follow up research related to the web
  • Accomplish more throughout your review in less time
  • Save time going to multiple sources in throughout your review
  • Make good decisions on reliable data

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See how to review your review, analyze, share, flag and report out in your results quickly and easily

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