TTAB Questions Answered

Why Am I Receiving this Email?

Revision Legal, a trademark law firm, is providing this notice as a courtesy to inform you that your trademark registration is at risk. Specifically, a proceeding with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) has been filed against your

trademark.

Why Are My Trademark Rights At Risk?

In short, the Plaintiff believes you should not own a registered trademark and is taking this step to prevent or cancel your registration.

What Are My Options to Respond to this TTAB Proceeding?

Your choices are 1) fight back to protect your trademark registration, 2) do nothing and lose your trademark registration, or 3) negotiate with to settle the dispute.

Do I Need to Respond to this Email to Protect my Trademark?

We are a law firm that helps people and businesses to protect their trademark rights. If you want more information about how we can help you, then you should respond to this email. But simply responding to this email will not protect your trademark rights.

How Do I Defend a TTAB Proceeding?

The only way to protect your trademark is to formally file an Answer with the TTAB within the time permitted. Failure to file an Answer will result in the loss of your trademark registration. It is highly suggested that you contact your trademark attorney or the experienced trademark attorneys at Revision Legal to protect your registration.

What if I choose Not to Respond?

If you choose not to respond to this proceeding, your trademark application may rejected or your registered trademark may be cancelled. Additionally, you may be at an increased risk for a trademark infringement lawsuit. Consequently, it is important that you take this matter seriously.

How Much Does it Cost to Respond?

TTAB proceedings are similar to a federal lawsuit and Revision Legal typically charges at their hourly rate. We take steps to achieve your goals in a cost conscious manner, including facilitating early settlement of claims if possible. To learn more, please contact us today through contact form on this page.