An attorney-drafted brief to the
Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Responses drafted by experienced trademark attorneys are 68% more likely to be approved by the USPTO than those drafted by non-attorneys. Give your application the best possible chance of registering by working with experienced trademark attorneys.
You fill out the law firm's online agreement and pay the flat fee by credit card.
The trademark attorney assigned to your case contacts you with any questions they may have. The attorney then drafts an 8-15 page brief presenting legal arguments in support of your trademark registering.
Your attorney files your response with the USPTO and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board and keeps you updated on the case status.
If the trademark-examining attorney continues to refuse to register your trademark, it may be appropriate to appeal their decision. Appealing a trademark final refusal puts your case in front of a new set of eyes at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, so that another party reviews your arguments in favor of registration. The process of appealing a final refusal requires briefs to be submitted by both you and the initial trademark-examining attorney, presenting all the reasons for and against your mark registering.