After you document a trademark application, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) may issue something many refer to as an office action. At the point when an office action issued on your trademark recording, this can be as genuine as a refusal of your trademark application, or, just a demand to alter something in the application.

At LogicApt, our team of patent attorneys and agents has an extensive experience in assisting various corporations and law firms around the globe and in preparing complete response to rejections / objections raised by the local patent offices. The quality of every OAR is maintained by an internal three level quality check – review of technical inputs by a technology expert, legal review by a patent agent, and bibliographic data / formatting by peers.

As trademark attorneys who work with the USPTO day by day, we have built up an accomplished eye for all the potential issues that could prompt the issuing of an office action on your trademark. On the off chance that you procure our trademark law office to help you with the trademark enrollment process, we will help you in drafting an application that will stay away from a considerable lot of the normal missteps that prompt the issuance of an office action.

Office Action Response