Communer® is an intangible marketplace where various intellectual property goods are sold including trademark registrations, legal document templates, and legal guides.
Why Use Communer To Buy or Sell Trademarks?
For Trademark Buyers:
No price negotiations, no contract review. You know what you’re getting, and how much you’ll be paying.
Seller Ownership Verification
Communer uses a strict verification process to confirm that every trademark listed on our marketplace is both actively registered with the USPTO and owned by the person who listed it on our marketplace.
Curated and Appraised by Experts
We don’t let sellers list just any trademark on our website. We curate submissions to maintain the quality of our marketplace.
More importantly, we appraise the trademarks submitted to our marketplace, only letting sellers list trademarks at the prices we think they’re worth.
For Trademark Sellers:
Communer will advertise your trademark through Google Ads, social media, and our partner websites and mailing lists.
No Upfront Costs
Communer only makes money if you make money. We do not charge a listing fee; only a sale commission.
For Both Sellers and Buyers:
Safe Transaction: Funds Held in Escrow
Communer will hold the purchase amount in escrow until the trademark assignment agreement is signed by both parties. Once the contract is signed and the ownership change is legal, the funds will be released to the seller.
Communer Drafts the Trademark Transfer Agreement
Communer will generate a valid trademark assignment agreement, using language that will make the trademark transfer valid as soon as both parties sign. The language of the agreement will be recognized by the USPTO as changing the ownership of the identified trademark.
Communer® was created by Jeremy Peter Green Eche, a trademark attorney who also founded the law firm JPG Legal®. Jeremy is the attorney of record for over 1,500 successful US trademark registrations. He writes a startup blog called Ask a Jewish Lawyer®. Jeremy also draws all of the illustrations for Communer.