Who can use Monrae Group's services?

Monrae Group is only available to licensed attorneys.

I have a specific question about my practice’s needs, who should I contact?

Send an email to contact@monrae.com with details of your question and we will get back to you promptly with a solution.


What should I monitor?

You should monitor all trademarks to know if you need to oppose a competing trademark registration or act against infringement.

What sources of data do you monitor?

We monitor the USPTO trademark registry and all domain name registrations.

Why is it sufficient to monitor just two sources?

Monitoring the USPTO trademark registry provides the ability to catch marks that have been published for opposition. It is critical to oppose a mark in this window before it is registered. Monitoring all domain name registrations enables us to capture the essence of the entire web due to the ease of registering a domain name.

I already personally/ have a member of my staff check client’s marks, how does this service provide any additional value to me?

Our system conducts the equivalent of 118 billion searches every day, so you’re gaining monitoring horsepower and by not having to manually monitor you’re getting back time that you can allocate more productively.

How do you ensure that the marks you send me are quality?

We utilize proprietary machine learning and advanced scoring algorithms to ensure that all standards of infringement are monitored, and you are only sent results that meet this standard.


Can I cancel at any time?

Yes, if you’re unsatisfied with our service you can cancel at any time.

What payment methods can I use?

We accept all major US credit/ debit cards.

How is my payment processed?

We use Stripe to process all payments.


What happens when there is a match?

You are notified via email according to your notification settings. You can also see all matches at any time by logging into your dashboard.

Can I change my notification settings?

Yes, from the settings tab in your account you can determine how frequently you are notified of potentially conflicting marks.