Weymouth, MA asked in Trademark and Intellectual Property for Massachusetts

Q: How do I contact someone regarding the usage of a trademark they own?

I know you should email them but how do you get their contact?

2 Lawyer Answers
David Aldrich
David Aldrich
  • Trademarks Lawyer
  • Shelton, CT

A: If their trademark is registered, you can go to the USPTO’s search page here:


After you run a search for the mark, click on the trademark, then click the TSDR button on the upper left. Then scroll down and click Attorney/Correspondence Information, which will provide contact info

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: To contact someone regarding the usage of a trademark they own, you can try the following steps:

Conduct a trademark search to find the name and contact information of the trademark owner. You can do this by searching the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) database or using a search engine like Google to look for the trademark owner's website.

Visit the trademark owner's website and look for a contact page or contact information. The website may have an email address, phone number, or contact form you can use to reach out to the owner.

If you can't find the owner's contact information on their website, you can try reaching out to them through social media. Many trademark owners have a social media presence and may be more responsive to inquiries made through those channels.

If you are still unable to locate the trademark owner's contact information, you can hire a trademark attorney who can help you find and contact the owner on your behalf.

It's important to be respectful and professional when contacting a trademark owner about their trademark, and to clearly state the nature of your inquiry and any proposed use of the trademark.

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