Trademark Office Action Responses

When you submit a trademark application, an examiner from the IP office will evaluate the validity of your trademark for registration. If the examiner rejects your application for trade mark registration, you will receive a report i.e. adverse examination report or office action, outlining the reasons for the objection to your application. An adverse examination report highlights the concerns that the trademark examiner has identified with your application. These issues can vary from similarities with existing trademarks to problems with the specification of goods and services, or technical errors in the application. At LexGeneris, we regularly review examination reports and conduct independent assessments to determine the validity or arguability of objections. We then determine the best course of action for you. Our Trademarks Attorney firm can provide you with a response that is prepared as per legal requirements, increasing your likelihood of successfully addressing the objection raised in an adverse report.

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