Have you received a Notice of Allowance letter from the Trademark Office? If so, that means that you filed your application on an intent to use basis. You are now in the home stretch of the trademark application process! The issuance of the Notice of Allowance means that your application has been approved. It also … Read moreWhat Is a Notice of Allowance? What’s Next for My Application?
When filing a trademark application, you will need to provide contact information for the Trademark Office. The information that you provide (in most cases) will be public. This gives scammers the opportunity to reach out and see if they can trick people into giving them money. WTMR (World Trademark Register) is one such company. They … Read moreWTMR Scam Letters Sent to Trademark Applicants
The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office announced new rules regarding foreign trademark applicants and registrants today. The rules will also impact foreign parties to trademark disputes in front of the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board. The new rules require that foreign applicants and registrants hire a U.S. attorney to represent them. They will go into … Read moreForeign Applicants Need U.S. Attorneys for Trademark Filings
If you sell hemp or cannabidiol (CBD) products, then you already know that the law is rapidly changing. The Trademark Office is currently working to keep up with these changes. If you have recently filed or want to file a trademark application for hemp or CBD trademarks, be prepared for delays. There are also a … Read moreCBD Trademarks and Hemp Trademarks Face Delays