37 CFR §2.27 states that all records regarding the application for a patent must be available for public inspection. Because the USPTO has to make all records public, it is easy to access your own trademark records. These records can be located with the Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) system. You can find the TSDR system here.
Trademark Records: Public or Private?
If you apply for a trademark record, your information will be publicly available.
During the process of applying for a trademark with the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), all of your records and information will be accessible to the public via the USPTO website as well as several third party websites. This is true even if the patent is abandoned, cancelled, or expired. The information available to the public includes but is not limited to your name, phone number, and address. Not happy about this? Speak to one of our top trademark lawyers to learn what you can do about it.