Robb Shecter, creator of OregonLaws.org and WebLaws.org — and a member of our community — has announced a new, innovative service: Permalinks to U.S. Trademark Records.
Robb explains that currently, links to trademark and servicemark online registration records of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) expire after a short time, and the PTO offers no permanent URL service. So Robb created a new service that enables users to “create links that don’t expire to trademarks at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.”
Robb told me last week that he has the following plans for his trademarks permalink service:
- Make it easier to share a reg. page via a browser plugin and/or a web form where someone can copy & paste the original url to get a permanent one.
- Possibly adding the ability to create permalinks to searches, not just permanent records.