What is an Office Action Notice?

So, you’ve filed your trademark application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and are eagerly waiting to hear back that your trademark is officially registered, but instead you receive a letter back filled with a bunch of legalese that makes it hard to understand. Now you wonder if the whole process has been a big waste of time and money. It’s all too common for a trademark application to hit a bump in the road, but in most cases, this doesn’t mean that the process is over. These communications are known as “office actions” and while it could be official denial, it is more often the case that the USPTO is seeking more information from you. Before we consider the different types of office actions, it might help to take a step back and look at the trademark process on a macro scale. To start with, you or your lawyer would have filed a trademark application. After your application is sent to the USPTO, it is reviewed by an attorney…

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