Trademark Attorneys Who Can Help With USPTO Office Actions
Did you know that over 80% of pro se trademark applications (that is, people who file trademarks by themselves, or use a non-lawyer service on the Internet) see their initial trademark application refused by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (or USPTO)?
There are many reasons the USPTO may initial refuse to register a trademark, including but certainly not limited to:
- Likelihood of confusion with a pre-existing trademark
- Geographically misdescriptive
- Geographically descriptive
- Unacceptable specimens
- And many more
If you are attempting to register a trademark, and have received a refusal from the USPTO (called an Office Action), contact us. Our trademark attorneys are experienced with dealing with the USPTO, and can help resolve many refusal issues.
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