The Corsearch and Darts-ip joint product explained

Litigation risk in your watches and searches

Together, Corsearch and Darts-ip combine two previously time-consuming work processes into a single comprehensive analysis.

To evaluate risk, we automate Darts-ip’s proprietary case law searches directly into each trademark record in the Corsearch watch notice and search results. Accordingly, Corsearch and Darts-ip have created new efficiencies for the trademark practice. This workflow enhancement is available at no additional costs for subscribers of both platforms.


What should you expect?

Darts-ip integration in your watches is a game changer. Here is what you should expect.

Be more confident

With the factual risk assessment, you will not let any important trade mark escape your attention.

Factual justification for action

The decision to follow-up on a watch is strengthened by case law facts and figures.

No Additional Costs

This joint service comes at no additional cost. All you need is a regular subscription with both Corsearch and Darts-ip.


Filter Better

Do not waste time on searches or watches that do not deserve further action. Save time and stay focused on the results that matter.

Save Time

Instantly get access to the relevant case law documents when further investigating the watches that caught your attention.

The Trademark Watch Workflow

The Search Results Workflow

1. Goods and Services Similarity

Which goods and services are deemed to be similar in case law?

Similar goods and services are automatically highlighted in your search or watch. Therefore, practitioners will not have to review the entire list of goods and services for each cited mark.

2. Found Mark Case Law Check

How often has a newly found mark been subject to litigation?

The integrated tool verifies whether the newly found trademark has already been involved in a dispute and whether the dispute was from the same owner.

3. Owner Litigiousness

How experienced is the owner? How often has the owner been party in cases? How often as defendant or as plaintiff?Owners of trade marks who are experienced prosecutors and litigators are highlighted, as Darts-ip provides the number of disputes where the owner specifically was a plaintiff or a defendant.

4. Verbal Comparison of Marks

To help you assess the risk of confusion between the mark searched or watched and the cited mark, we give you examples of cases where trade marks with similar verbal structures have been compared.Darts-ip displays cases where the most similar trade mark pairs are determined by trade mark verbal comparison and what the outcomes have been.