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International Company Name Watch

The International Company Name Watch alerts you to company and or commercial names, published worldwide and in various U.S. States that could conflict with your trademarks.


U.S. State Company Name Watch

The U.S. State Company Name Watch alerts you to company names, published in approximately 30 individual U.S. States, that could conflict with your trademarks.


Custom Company Name Watch

This custom watch allows you to monitor company and commercial names in specific jurisdictions or regional packages.


Discounted pricing is applicable where coverage is reduced.


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Principium Strategies & Ladas, LLP Celebrate Diversity in Intellectual Property

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The Principium Pod: ICANN Abu Dhabi Recap; EU GDPR; New gTLDs

The ICANN General Meeting in Abu Dhabi has officially wrapped up, and there’s a lot to discuss. In this episode of the Principium Pod, hosts Sean Wilke and Dennis Prahl unfold the key subjects covered at the conference. Amongst these subjects are hot topics such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and … Continued

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