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If you have gotten a Trademark Office action from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), you may be at a loss as to how to respond to an office action, what evidence you will need or what format everything needs to be in. This letter is telling you that you have an issue with your application, […]
Trademark Issue 2(f) , or Acquired Distinctiveness, is one of the most common reasons a trademark application is refused on the Principle Register of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). When the mark is not inherently distinctive, or lacks secondary meaning, a trademark application is refused under this category. An Acquired Distinctiveness claim may […]
With Trademark Issue 2(d) – Likelihood of Confusion, the owner of a particular trademark is the only one allowed to use it. If someone else uses the trademark – or something that looks similar – this person will be prohibited by law from continuing to use it if there is a “likelihood of confusion”: i.e. […]