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Section 15 Incontestability Affidavit

After the USPTO trademark registration and is in continued use for 5 consecutive years, you can file for section 15 affidavit for incontestable trademark status or declaration of incontestability.

Section 15 Incontestability affidavit

Advantages with Section 15 Incontestability Filing

  1. Third parties can no longer challenge your ownership of the mark.
  2. Third parties cannot challenge your mark based on trademark or service mark descriptiveness.
  3. This is highly desired result from the perspective of a trademark owner to protect and control the use of brand name and good will.

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