FH+H Helps Client Overcome USPTO Trademark Registration Refusal

FH+H lawyers successfully defended our client's trademark when it was refused by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), allowing our client to then register and use the trademark.

The USPTO refused to register the trademark of our client, a public educator, claiming it was too similar to that of another public educator. Our lawyers successfully argued to the USPTO that there was no likelihood of confusing between our client's trademark and the other one.

Our Intellectual Property + Licensing team has the experience and capability to counsel and represent clients operating in any industry on all areas of trademark law and branding.

 

NOTE: CASE RESULTS DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF UNIQUE FACTORS AND DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT SIMILAR RESULTS FOR FUTURE CASES.

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