Non-use Inquiry

Non-use Inquiry

« Collecting the evidence your company requires to fight for its intellectual property rights »

The purpose of our non-use inquiries is to determine whether the trademark is being used by the trademark registrant in any way on any type of product in the market.

Our investigators typically conduct discreet inquiries with the trademark registrant focused on the use of the trademark, as well as market surveys throughout the country to determine the use or non-use of the trademark.

Our reports are instrumental for our clients, trademark owners, or law firms assigned to cancel the infringing trademark registration.

Methodology

Conduct a closed-door information search of trademark registrants, focusing on trademark usage.

Conducting market surveys across the country to determine whether registered trademarks are being used or not used. Our reports are essential for our clients, trademark owners, or law firms tasked with canceling abusive trademark registrations.

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