Once an application for trademark registration is filed it is assigned to an examining attorney that reviews every aspect of the application, including registrability of the mark and compliance with applicable laws. If, on the examination, the examining attorney finds that the application is not entitled to registration for any reason, she/he will issue an Office Action. The Office Action supplies information as to how to cure the defect and gives the applicant six (6) months to respond.
In the event that you receive an Office Action, we can assist you in analyzing the basis of the denial and preparing and filing a proper response addressing the legal and technical issues detected by the examiner.
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