Trademark Renewal Filings
In order to maintain your exclusive rights in a registered trademark, you must continuously be using your trademark or any periods of nonuse must be excusable. The first date that the United States Patent and Trademark Office requires owners of registered trademarks to submit proof of their continued use or excusable nonuse of their registered trademark is on or between the fifth and sixth anniversaries of the registration date of the trademark. Proper declarations of use and/or excusable nonuse must be filed within this time frame in order to prevent your trademark registration from being cancelled.
Additionally, on or between the tenth and eleventh anniversaries of the registration of a trademark, and every ten years thereafter, proper declarations of use and/or excusable nonuse along with an application for renewal must be filed. If these filings are not properly made, then your registered trademark will be cancelled.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office does allow a six month grace period after the due dates of the required filings, in which these filings may be made with an additional fee.
Contact our experienced trademark attorneys for an affordable flat fee quote on all of your renewal filings. Our attorneys are happy to use their expertise to help you maintain your exclusive trademark rights. Please contact our trademark attorneys for help in renewing your trademarks or for any other general questions about trademarks.
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