Trademark registration for a domain name is usually done through a trademark registration agent.
The agent registers the domain name with the Trademark Office, and the trademark owner, if any, registers it with the USPTO.
Trademark registrations for a website domain name are done by a third party, usually a registrar.
If you are considering registering a domain named “tattooed cat” with the domain “tATTooed Cat.com”, then you should consult with an expert.
If, however, you are looking to register a domain for which there is no registration agent, then you will need to contact the registrar, as well as contacting the USTTO.
The following table outlines the types of registration for domain names.
If no domain name registrar is available, then the registrant will be contacted by the USTR.
If you would like to register your domain name in the United States, the following table is a good place to start.
You can find the domain names that are registered with the Registrar of Trademarks and Trade Marks in the US in the following database:USTR.gov/USTR-USTR_Registrar_Names.html If the domain is not registered with a registrant in the USA, you will have to contact a foreign registration authority, who will then contact you to register it with them.
In some countries, a domain will be registered in the name of the foreign registrant, or by a company registered in its name.
If the company is registered in another country, the company must be registered with another registration authority.
You will also need to register the company as a foreign registrar in your country of residence.
If it is not in your home country, you may have to register in the local authority.
In these cases, you must contact the company to obtain a foreign certificate of registration.
The USTIP does not have a mechanism for this, although in some jurisdictions it may be possible to obtain this by contacting the company directly.