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Trademark Quest

Perfect for the entrepreneur: Trademark Quest is a CD-ROM program that lets you screen a potential new name for your business or product, protect your registered trademark from infringement, and monitor a competitor's trademark. The program also helps to generate new ideas for brand and corporate names, and print an order to obtain copies of trademarks from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. With Trademark Quest, you can learn how to file and protect a trademark or brand, as well as how to trademark an Internet domain name.

The program's database features over 750,000 registered trademarks; quarterly updates on floppy disk are available at an additional charge. The program comes with a 24-page user guide and a free 48-page book on how to trademark an Internet name.

Trademark Quest is $129.95 (plus $5 S&H) from Thynx, Princeton, NJ. To order, call (800) 828-4766.

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This article was originally published in the September 1996 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: News & Reviews.

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