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A guide to finding information on trademarks such as fees, forms, terms and searching techniques for both U.S. and International trademarks.


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Note: If the ASU Library doesn't have a book that you need, ASU students, staff and faculty may request the book via our Interlibrary Loan Service; community users may request the book via their local public library's interlibrary loan services.

Where Trademark Books are Located in the ASU Library

Books related to trademarks are kept in several of the ASU Library:

  • Hayden Library (Tempe Campus)
    Contains commercially published books on trademarks and trademark issues (especially any business aspects) in the regular Hayden collection and in the Government Documents collection on the 3rd floor, some of the trademark-related publications of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Arizona Secretary of State are located there as well as U.S. and Arizona laws and rules.

  • Noble Library (Tempe Campus)
    Contains many publications of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and many commercially published "how-to" manuals for trademarks.

  • Ross-Blakley Law Library
    Contains commerical and government published materials on all legal aspects of trademarks.

How to Find Books About Trademarks

To Find Books in the ASU Library: 

To Find Books In Other Libraries:   


How to Search the Full Text of Books: 

Most of our electronic books are listed in the catalog, however, to search the full text of a book, use the native search engine for these collections:

  • Ebrary
    Books from major publishers in all subject areas.
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library
    A  collection of encyclopedias, almanacs, and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research.
  • Knovel
    Over 800 science and engineering handbooks.
  • MyIlibrary
    Books from major publishers, organizations and government agencies in all subject areas.
  • eBooks on EBSCOhost
    Books from major publishers in all subject areas.
  • Safari
    Primarily covers books on computer programming.


The full text of books may also be searched by using Google Scholar and/or Google Books.

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