What is a trademark consent agreement? A trademark consent agreement is a written agreement between two trademark owners stating that their respective marks are not confusingly similar. Also known as a trademark coexistence agreement, the discussion of coexistence often arises in the context of settling a trademark dispute (such as a TTAB trademark opposition or […]
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Coexistence Agreement: a cost-effective way to respond to a likelihood of confusion refusal?
What is a likelihood of confusion rejection? A rejection on the grounds of likelihood of confusion is basically a refusal to register your mark because the trademark examining attorney believes your mark is too close to a mark registered by someone else. Prevailing over a likelihood of confusion rejection in a trademark application can be […]