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Trademark Office Actions

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Office Actions Responses

During your trademark application process, the USPTO examining attorney may contact you through various types of official letters. These include examiner’s amendments, or office actions.

If a proper response is not supplied within six months of the issuance of the office action, the application process can be halted or nullified. The intellectual property attorneys of Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC consult on office action letters and help clients to keep the registration of trademarks on track.

Trademark Office Action

When the USPTO sends an office action letter, applicants are often worried about the status of their application and sense rejection in the tone of the letter. In reality, trademark office action letters are commonly sent during the application process.

Trademark office actions may range from requests for additional information to disputes of the legitimacy of your trademark. Office actions must be handled with speed and well-founded legal arguments.


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