USPTO Free Trademark Search Service USA

Search millions of trademarks that are live or pending with the USPTO

We at USPTO Trademark offer a free of cost trademark search service. You can easily search through our repository that contains data from the entire United States. Although, this search is restricted and no demographic information is available. The research will show you the direct matches. However, if you want us to conduct a more robust search, kindly check out our Comprehensive Trademark Search service. We ensure that our clients know what they are getting into and what they are opting for. For any business, it is imperative that they understand the importance of being unique. Every business needs to be unique to capture an unsaturated market. Therefore, we offer our clients a free trademark search service to assure themselves that they are on the right path. Moreover, if USPTO Trademark rejects your auction or approval, the function will be returned with several reasons why the request was denied. Hence, it is best to conduct a search beforehand.

All your trademark needs at a great price

Comprehensive Search


Package Details

  • State Search
  • The state search provides any similar names, logos, or slogans that are registered or pending with all 50 States.
  • Corporate name search
  • We run a search for all corporate and other business entity names in all 50 states.
  • Corporate directories
  • We search the corporate directories for listing of others who might be using your name.
  • Common law
  • Proprietary internet searches reveal the use of your name that may be protected by common law trademarks.
  • Domain names
  • We search the most common top level domain names to see if anyone is using your name online.

Comprehensive U.S. & International


Package Details

  • Includes everything in our Comprehensive PLUS:
  • Global search
  • We search for pending and registered marks in these multi-national jurisdictions:
  • The European community
  • World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
  • International Register.

Take action to protect your name today.

Thousands of hard-working entrepreneurs have secured their copyrights and patents by filing a trademark.

What They Say

Over 4,306 people and businesses have come to us for their custom logos,
websites, books and all types of graphic design.

“It is all about customer service and work support. USPTO Trademarks has been kind and just towards us. For people who have been looking for the right place to get themselves registered with the right authorities, USPTO Trademarks is the perfect choice!”

Loni P, Virginia

Great Service

“Talk about the easiest possible way to get your patents registered without any hassle – USPTO Trademarks has it all. I always stumbled and procrastinated while getting myself registered, it always seemed like too much work to me, but thanks to USPTO Trademarks, now I am finally a patent owner”

Tracy J, Utah

Easy & Fast

“I always thought about getting myself registered but it always felt like too much work. I am the kind of person who likes to switch between businesses, first it was a diner, and now it is a paint shop. Juggling between so many businesses, I wanted someone who could register my trademarks, logos, name, and patents. After a friend recommended that I should contact USPTO, my life got less hectic. Now I can invest in businesses and get them registered without any hassle!”

Katrina J, Texas

Streamlined and Easy

“As a songwriter and playwright, I’d say that USPTO is the best thing that happened to me. I was constantly being robbed off my property. Seeing the plays and songs that I spent days to formulate performed by someone else in the most stupid way is heart breaking. Thanks to USPTO, now I can actually take legal action against those who steal my work and don’t bother considering that someone worked hard for this!”

Eric M, California

Very Helpful

“I am a graphic designer and most of my work is done online and through multiple forums. People would often steal my work and there was nothing I could do about it. After being registered with USPTO, now I can easily secure the authenticity and originality of my work. I don’t have to worry about my work being stolen by others. The people at USPTO are very helpful, I love how they would listen to what you want and help you out regardless of the nature of your business.”

Melanie G, New Jersey


Federal Trademark Registration FAQs

Still have questions?

What don’t we copyright here on the USPTO Trademarks?

Since the U.S. Copyright Office does not allow any filing submitted via electronic media, we are not offering copyright services at the moment. Also, you can get any content that came into being through your intellect such as; literary, musical, dynamic, and artistic work, poetry, content, songs, movies, software, and architecture.

What’s the difference between copyright, patent and trademark?

Copyright basically holds surety that certain content, in any form, as stated above is your property and people will be accountable for copying, rewriting, and unauthorized use of your intellectual property. Patents are restricted to products, such as brand name and slogan, whereas copyright covers a larger set of tools you own. Moreover, trademarks are used to define or symbolize what you own such as a Logo or a phrase that people tend to associate with your company.

What is a common law copyright?

A common law copyright is a doctrine that governs the copyright protection of your label. It is legal and registered with the concerning authorities. Unless you have an acting common law copyright claim, you cannot sue or legitimate any kind of juridical action against anyone. Therefore, it is best to have one, than to regret later in life.

What are statutory damage?

Statutory damage is covered by the state. Therefore, if you are filing your copyright timely, you might be able to recover from statutory damage. Hence, damages caused by the infringement is considered to be small and it might bring forth a dispute while the pursuit of a lawsuit.

How long does a copyright last?

A copyright lasts around the life of the author. If a person dies the copyright claims can be forgiven. Therefore, you can technically claim the possession of the content. Nonetheless, in some places, the copyright is around more than 70 years after the death. Consider if the author died in 2020, you cannot republish or use their work until 2090.

Take action to protect your name today.

Thousands of hard-working entrepreneurs have secured their copyrights and patents by filing a trademark.