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What are substantive office actions under your package?

Substantive office action matter includes the following.

  1. Marks that are initially rejected for being merely descriptive;
  2. A refusal based on geographically descriptive;
  3. A refusal based on surname; 
  4. The refusal based on deceptive matter;
  5. The likelihood of confusion; and
  6. Any other generic refusal, etc.

USPTO examining attorney usually gives 6 months to respond to this initial rejection through office action. Extension of time may be awarded for a response to office action by the timely filing of extension for a USPTO fee. Please check trademark FAQs for detailed on trademark matters. You can order a substantive office action response package by selecting the appropriate option at the below button.


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Page Author: Bharath Konda, Esq.

 Bharath Konda is a trademark attorney. He has a law license in Minnesota and the District of Columbia. He provides trademark registration services for individuals and businesses. You can check the Bharath Konda attorney profile page at MN state Bar Association. Further, feel free to check the attorney profile on legal information retrieval websites such as Avvo and Justia. Some of the sample trademark attorneys answered questions are on platforms such as Justia ask a lawyer platform and lawyers (dot) com platform.

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