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Office Action and the Trademark application

On a trademark application, a “Office Action” is an official “action” issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. A trademark applicant is usually required to respond within six months to correct an error with their application or to respond to a more significant refusal. After a federal trademark application is filed in the[…]

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Patent Office Action: A Brief Insight

A patent Office Action is a document that summarises the examiner’s review of your patent application. A finding of whether your patent claims are acceptable will be included in the Office Action. In the vast majority of circumstances, claim rejections will be included of the first Office Action in a utility patent application. If the[…]

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Office Actions: A Brief Insight

An office action is a letter sent by the (USPTO) United States Patent and Trademark Office. An examining attorney will list any legal issues with your chosen trademark, as well as the application itself, in this document. Before we may register your trademark, you must resolve all legal issues in the office actions. An examining[…]

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What is Office Action & its Response?

Office Action are the oppositions notified by the USPTO examiner in the patent application to point out some or all patent claims that contains issues. It is an official mode of communication between the patent examiner and the patent filer that clearly state areas of improvement, mistakes, or rejection, in the patent application. These are[…]