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While rolling out a new product is fun for companies, it can be the bane of a corporate counsel's existence. There are lots of legal hoops to leap through. Chief among them is trademark screening. Simple and cheap aren't two words many in houses associate with the practice, but with SAEGIS on SERION they can be.
Thomson CompuMark, the company that manages SAEGIS, has just announced plans to launch 136 new databases to it popular trademark screening search service. The addition will make SAEGIS the world's largest provider of trademark screening data.
The new content will bring up SAEGIS's total coverage to 186 countries and registers. But what does this mean for corporate counsels the world over?
No more trudging through countless different registers. No more having to deal with foreign language interfaces. The upcoming SAEGIS additions will allow you to quickly and easily ensure your company's latest trademarks don't conflict with anyone else's around the world.
Thomson CompuMark will start rolling out the new SAEGIS databases throughout the summer. They'll include important and emerging regions in Asia, Central and South America, and the Middle East. Many corporate counsels know conducting reliable trademark screenings in these areas can be particular tough. SAEGIS removes that hassle.
Many of the new databases are exclusive to SAEGIS. That's great news for any company planning to market its products internationally.
So if simple and cheap trademark screening from a reliable trusted source sounds good to you, check out SAEGIS on SERION.
[Note: Thomson CompuMark is owned by Thomson Reuters, which also owns FindLaw.]