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Trademark Office Action
Get help resolving issues with your trademark application
You've filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and they responded with an "Office action." An Office action notifies you of problems with your application, stating why your application was rejected and, if applicable, what requirements must be met. If you're not sure how to meet the requirements, a Business Advantage Pro legal plan attorney can help get your trademark back on track for a flat fee of just $199. This low price is exclusively for members of the Business Advantage Pro legal plan.
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For Members If you're already a member, simply sign in and schedule a consultation with an attorney. Select "Trademark Office Action Response" under the Legal Matter dropdown. Your attorney will contact you with instructions on how to send the document for review prior to the consultation. During your consultation, the attorney will explain what the Office action means and discuss next steps. Your attorney will provide simple payment instructions once the consultation is complete.
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Common Questions
What is an Office action?
An Office action is a document officially rejecting a trademark registration application. Written by an examiner from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the document outlines the reasons why the application is being rejected and, if applicable, offers a list of additional requirements that must be met for reconsideration.
How long do I have to respond to an Office action?
You have six months from the mailing date on the Office action letter. If you have not responded by that time, the application will be abandoned and you will need to start from scratch.
What’s the difference between a nonfinal and final Office action?
A nonfinal Office action raises an issue for the first time. A final Office action is issued if the applicant’s response to the prior Office action failed to address or resolve all of the issues. If you receive a final Office action, your only two options are to comply with the requirements or file an appeal with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
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