Searching is only one part of a thorough clearance search. There may be trademarks that are not in our database that have rights over yours. Check other sources, such as state trademark databases and the internet.
We will carefully examine your application to see if your prospective trademark meets the requirements for federal registration. Although this includes doing our own database search, there are many considerations. We may find a conflicting mark or another legal issue that bars your registration.
If your mark includes a design element, you must search using a design code. The USPTO assigns all marks containing design figurative elements a 6-digit numerical code(s) for searching purposes. A design code search is also conducted using TESS.
For assistance in searching with a design code, access the Design Search Code Manual . This manual indexes the categories, divisions, and sections that make up these codes. For example, a five-pointed star would be coded in category 01 (celestial bodies, natural phenomena and geographical maps), division 01 (stars, comets) and section 03 (stars with five points), resulting in a complete design code of 01.01.03.
You may conduct a free online search of the USPTO database at the Public Search Facility (Madison East, 1st Floor; 600 Dulany Street, Alexandria, Virginia) between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. USPTO personnel may not conduct trademark searches for the public. Private trademark search firms will conduct searches for a fee. The USPTO cannot aid in the selection of a search firm or an attorney. Search firms are often listed in the yellow page section of telephone directories under the heading \"Trademark Search Services\" or \"Patent and Trademark Search Services.\"
Use Assignments on the Web (AOTW) to search the database of all recorded Trademark Assignment information from 1955 to the present (Trademark Assignments recorded prior to 1955 are maintained at the National Archives and Records Administration). Assignment records can also be searched in the Public Search Facility.
You can check an organization's eligibility to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions (Pub 78 Data). You can also search for information about an organization's tax-exempt status and filings:
You can search for jobs by typing in a keyword or location into the search box located at the top of the home page. You can also click the search icon at the top of any page and the search bar will appear.
Health care Technology Assessment is a multidisciplinary field of policy analysis that studies the medical, social, ethical and economic implications of the development, diffusion and use of technologies. For some NCDs, external TAs are requested through the Agency for Health Research and Quality (AHRQ).
On the Medicare Coverage Database (MCD) you can use CPT/HCPCS codes to search for documents. Results will return Billing and Coding Articles or other documents that include the specified code. (Note: Sometimes an EOB or MSN may display the CPT/HCPCS code with an associated modifier, which is represented by a dash and two characters. Examples: 76942-26 and 98941-GA. Occasionally, multiple modifiers may be listed together (e.g., A5514-RTKX). When searching the MCD for a CPT/HCPCS code, the modifier should be removed. (E.g., only 76942 or 98941 would be entered.) When viewing a document (e.g., a Billing and Coding Article) the user may want to then search within the document (CTRL+F) to look for the modifier code.
You have been redirected to this page because NHTSA's VIN search tool may be experiencing intermittent disruption due to routine maintenance, slow manufacturer response or heavy traffic to this page. To ensure you get the important information you are seeking, you can click on the appropriate vehicle maker below to go to its VIN search tool.
1. Use Bill Lookup when you already know the bill number.2. Use Text Search when you do not know the bill number but know content.3. Use Bill Search to search using multiple criteria such as author, committee, subject, or action.
Any word or phrase in quotes is matched exactly.Forexample - searching for milks will return any tariffarticles containing the word milks or it's close derivativesi.e milk whereas searching for \"milks\" will return any tariff containing that exact word
Note: The state of Kansas does not register sole proprietorships, d/b/a, assumed name, trade nameor fictitious name entities. Therefore the Secretary of State cannot provide a database for searching these entity types. Please also note that the Name Availability and Business Entity databases are considered\"live\" and are updated with information every 10 minutes from the Secretary of State's office. Please allow up to 2 hours for processing before your document will appear on the website.
After you submit the search form, your results will appear below the form in this window (the form will remain for your reuse)...if you cannot see the results below, please scroll further down the search form.
The table below lists all official FDA Guidance Documents and other regulatory guidance. You can search for documents using key words, and you can narrow or filter your results by product, date issued, FDA organizational unit, type of document, subject, draft or final status, and comment period.
Some Web links (URLs) embedded within guidance documents may have changed since the document was published. If you find a link that does not work, please try searching for the document using the document title. For more assistance, go to Contact FDA.
This IDOC search service is designed to provide basic information about an individual. If you need additional basic record information or copies of records, contact Idaho Department of Correction Records Information.
Use start_num to skip a specified number of characters. Using the SEARCH function as an example, suppose you are working with the text string \"AYF0093.YoungMensApparel\". To find the position of the first \"Y\" in the descriptive part of the text string, set start_num equal to 8 so that the serial number portion of the text (in this case, \"AYF0093\") is not searched. The SEARCH function starts the search operation at the eighth character position, finds the character that is specified in the find_text argument at the next position, and returns the number 9. The SEARCH function always returns the number of characters from the start of the within_text argument, counting the characters you skip if the start_num argument is greater than 1.
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