17 Seconds #95. Useful Info Quickly.
The USPTO’s substantive response to a trademark filing is called an “Office Action” and typically includes a request for more information and/or a particular objection. There are many hurdles facing trademark applicants, some common, some rare. About 37% of trademarks receive one office action, about 7% receive two office actions, and about 0.7% receive three or more. You typically have six months to reply to an office action.
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