Letter of Protest
Stop the Registration of an Infringing Trademark Without Litigation
The registration of a trademark is a complex process. Once filed, the trademark is examined by an attorney for the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office to determine if it should be permitted to be registered. During the examination period a third party may file an objection to the registration of the trademark if they feel registration of the same would interfere with the rights confirmed to them by their own federal registration. As such, our Letter of Protest Package offers a preemptive solution for registered trademark holders to object to the issuance of another trademark during it’s examination period. If successful, the application will not register potentially saving thousands in litigation costs which would otherwise be incurred to block the registration of the same.
Our Letter of Protest Package ($499) includes:
- Review of the allegations as to the target infringing trademark;
- Collection of evidence to prepare the Letter of Protest;
- Preparation and Filing of the Letter of Protest with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; and
- Status Report(s) concerning the Acceptance of the Letter of Protest and subsequent refusal of the target infringing trademark, as applicable.
So don’t delay. Now is the time to stop the registration of an infringing trademark before costly litigation is needed to block the same.