Our team at Trademark Premier can help you overcome certain Office Actions by USPTO. If Office Actions state that you need to change your class or description, move your mark to supplemental register, disown particular words or admit an alternative specimen, our team can definitely help. But there are some Office actions that we can’t help you with, like solid similarity with another mark, less descriptive designation, etc.
Don’t worry if your receive Office action because more than 60% of trademark applications receive Office Action Letter from USPTO. Just fulfill the requirements of USPTO and fix the errors asked in the Office Action, and hopefully, your application will get accepted. Receiving Office Action might seem like a setback, but never get disappointed because Trademark Premier will help you fulfill USPTO requirements.
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Office Action is a letter that USPTO sends to trademark applicants requiring some changes and fixes. An Office Action Letter contains all the errors you need to overcome before filing for trademark registration.
Don’t worry if your receive Office action because more than 60% of trademark applications receive Office Action Letter from USPTO. Just fulfill the requirements of USPTO and fix the errors asked in the Office Action, and hopefully, your application will get accepted.
Before applying to register a trademark, it is wise to perform a comprehensive trademark search as it saves a lot of your effort, time, and money. There is a high chance that the trademark you are planning to register for yourself, someone has already registered a similar one. It is essential to check your trademark beforehand because it won't be refunded once you have paid the USPTO fee.
Once you have received the Office Action from USPTO, you have a deadline of six months to respond.
If your trademark application gets approved on the first attempt and Trademark Office doesn’t raise any objection, it will take about 6 to 8 months to complete the whole registration process.
If an applicant doesn’t respond to the Office Action within six months of its reception, then the application will be considered abandoned. Once the application is rejected, you will have to go through the whole process once again, and your filing fee will not be returned.
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