An Introduction to Practicing Before the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board
Created on December 28, 2017
While many attorneys are familiar with proceedings in state and federal courts, a case before the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board (TTAB) is a special appearance before a federal administrative court. Many trademark applicants, especially pro se applicants, are unaware that filing a trademark application may result in appearing before the TTAB or defending a challenge of the application's existence by third parties.
In this updated course, trademark attorney Anthony Verna will familiarize attorneys with the TTAB as a whole and the very specific rhythm of such a case. The program is also updated to include new rule changes in 2017.
- Familiarize yourself with trademark opposition
- Identify interested parties
- Grasp claims by plaintiffs and defendants
- Explore lessons learned through practice
- Review recent rule changes related to TTAB practice
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