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Block the Registration of an Infringing Trademark

Use your federally registered trademark to stop the registration of a similar infringing mark.

Just $199 plus gov fees
Questions? Contact Us or Call (800) 906-8626.

Block the Registration of an Infringing Trademark

Use your federally registered trademark to stop the registration of a similar infringing mark.

Just $199 plus gov fees
Questions? Contact Us or Call (800) 906-8626.

Block the Registration of an Infringing Trademark

Use your federally registered trademark to stop the registration of a similar infringing mark.

Just $199 plus gov fees

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We assemble your Letter of Protest based upon the specific information you provide to our office and file it with the appropriate office in the USPTO.

Trademark Blocked

The USPTO will grant the Letter of Protest and refuse registration of the trademark.*

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For most people, this service provides a great, cost-effective option to block the registration of an infringing trademark. But in the unlikely event it is not successful and your matter requires additional assistance, we have additional cost-effective services which can further assist you.

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* A Letter of Protest requests the USPTO to acknowledge your federally registered trademark and consider it when reviewing the other trademark application. If granted, the USPTO will forward a copy of your trademark registration to the examining attorney reviewing the other trademark application with instructions to consider your trademark when deciding upon whether to register the other trademark. Results depend on the perceived similarity of your trademark to the other trademark by the USPTO and, as such, cannot be guaranteed. However, in the vast majority of cases a proper Letter of Protest results in the refusal to register the other trademark.