Abandonment

My Trademark Was Abandoned! Now What?!

A Notice of Abandonment is a letter from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) that informs you that your application is no longer live and cannot mature into a registration. This can happen for various reasons, such as missing a deadline to respond to an office action, failing to file a statement of use, or submitting an incomplete or incorrect response. If your trademark was abandoned, you may be wondering what options you have to revive your application and protect your brand. In this blog post, we will explain the possible scenarios and solutions for trademark abandonment and how we can help you with the process.

What is Trademark Abandonment and How to Avoid It?

Trademarks are valuable assets that help businesses distinguish their products and services from others in the market. However, trademarks are not permanent and can be lost or abandoned if they are not used or maintained properly. In this blog, we will explain what trademark abandonment is, how it can happen, and what you can do to prevent it.