Rejected trademark specimens: What to do

Why trademark specimens of use get rejected Back in the old days when paper trademark applications were filed via snail mail, original specimens of use were mailed to the USPTO. The physical specimens of use had to meet certain dimensional requirements, such as being flat or flattened, in order to avoid the hassle of dealing […]

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What is a Statement of Use (SOU)?

What is a Statement of Use? An Intent-To-Use (ITU) trademark application does not require any evidence of trademark use at the initial filing. In fact, one of the advantages of an ITU application is that several goods and/or services may be initially identified in the application without providing any specimens or dates of first use […]

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