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Trademark Statement of Use Filing
A statement of use filing is required in order for an intent-to-use trademark application to go on to a federal registration. An intent-to-use application is filed when an applicant is not yet using a trademark, but wants to reserve the right to use that trademark against others who may begin to use the mark before the applicant starts to use the trademark applied for.
Once an intent-to-use trademark application has been approved for registration, a statement of use must be filed within six months of the approval. The statement of use must offer proof that the applicant has started to use the trademark in commerce in connection with the applicant's goods or services. After a satisfactory statement of use has been filed and approved by the Trademark Office, the Trademark Office will register the applied for trademark. If the applicant is not ready to start using the trademark after six months from the date of approval, the applicant may file a request for an extension of time which will give the applicant six more months to start using the trademark.
Our experienced trademark attorney's prepare and file statements of use with the Trademark Office on behalf of clients for an affordable flat fee. Please contact our attorneys to file a statement of use or for any other questions regarding registering a trademark with the Trademark Office.
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