Uncover brands that could infringe on your trademark with an automated monitoring service.
Stop infringement before it even happens
Trademark owners need to stay vigilant for instances of brand infringement, which can come in many forms, including new trademark applications. The good news is that if a company applies for a trademark, it hasn't likely launched the product/service yet. By using Trademark Watch to monitor trademark registers and oppose confusingly similar marks, you can nip consumer confusion in the bud.
How it works?
Fill out the form below and let us know which jurisdictions you want to cover.
We will calibrate the service so you are receiving relevant notifications.
You will receive weekly email reports containing confusingly similar marks filed with the given IP offices.
Why monitor a trademark with Trama?
Monitoring across 190 jurisdictions.
Never miss the opposition window.
Using an industry-leading similarity algorithm to uncover 99% of confusingly similar marks.
Personal approach to set up your reports just right.
What similarities do we check for?
orthographic similarity and misspellings
prefix, infix and suffix variations
vowel and consonant similarity
abbreviations and acronyms
plurals and stemming
What our clients say?
I did a lot of research online. Trama stood out in two ways. First, it was the clarity of explanation. All my questions were quickly answered, giving me the confidence. Secondly, it is a well-packaged product and I really liked it.
Learn more about intellectual property from these cases
PUMA SE v. JOSÉ A. ALFONSO ARPÓN, S.A.
Subject matter: Conceptual dissimilarity, Identity of goods and services, Reputation, Similarity of the signs
Ferrari S.P.A. v. Grupo TecnoFerrari S.p.A.
Subject matter: Conceptual similarity, Detriment to earlier mark, Dominant element, Reputation, Similarity of the signs, Unfair advantage
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