What is Trademark Engine?
Recently, many people have been asking me the following question: “Is Trademark Engine legit when it comes to filing a trademark application?” Trademark Engine is a trademark registration service that can be best summed up by its very own language located on the bottom of its website:
Trademark Engine provides information and software only. Trademark Engine is not a “lawyer referral service” and does not provide legal advice or participate in any legal representation.
Furthermore, Trademark Engine sets forth the following disclaimer on its website:
Trademark Engine is not a law firm and none of the information on this website constitutes or is intended to convey legal advice. Likewise, our customer service representatives are here to assist you, but they may not provide any legal advice to you. General information about the law is not the same as advice about the application of the law in a particular factual or legal situation. Individual facts and circumstances as well as legal principles including but not limited to the ones referenced on this website can affect the outcome of any given situation. Trademark Engine cannot and does not guarantee that an application will be approved by the USPTO, that a mark will be protected from infringement under common US trademark law, or that any ensuing litigation or dispute will lead to a favorable outcome. If you want or have an interest in obtaining legal advice with respect to a specific situation or set of circumstances, you should consult with the lawyer of your choice.
Now that you know Trademark Engine isn’t a law firm and can’t provide you with any valuable legal advice, guidance, or recommendations, never mind address the many important questions and concerns you likely have regarding trademarks and trademark registration, you may be wondering what Trademark Engine does have to offer.