Utilizing Advanced Practice Techniques in Front of the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board

(99 Ratings)

Produced on: December 28, 2017

Course Format On Demand Audio

Taught by


Course Description

Time 90 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

While practicing in front of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) does have the look and feel of being in a Federal Court, there are several different rules and procedures that any practitioner should be aware of before heading into court.

In this program, attorney Anthony Verna takes you through the nuances of practicing in a TTAB court. Mr. Verna begins this presentation by discussing who can bring and defend a suit in front of the TTAB. From there he discusses defining goals before proceeding to the TTAB. Mr. Verna concludes by giving real life examples of complex hurdles presented when practicing in front of the TTAB and how to overcome them. This course is updated with some new rules changes for 2017.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify who can practice in front of the TTAB
  2. Define goals when bringing a suit in front of the TTAB
  3. Explore commonly encountered complex scenarios before the TTAB, and how to effectively overcome them


Anthony M. Verna III

Verna Law, P.C.

Anthony M. Verna III, is the managing partner at Verna Law, P.C. He is a member of the New York and New Jersey Bars, as well as the U.S. District Court Southern District of New York. He is a sought-after business speaker, including regular appearances at the World Board Gaming Championships, Business Marketing Association of New Jersey, and Columbian Lawyers Association.


John S.

Excellent program

Pamela F.

This program was excellent and very informative. Highly recommend.

Scott R. A.

Lots of substance for the limited time. Nice job.

Ronald M.

Very comprehensive. This course packs a LOT of material into a relatively short time. Excellent use of the printed materials helps in getting maximum “bang for the buck” by putting all relevant cases into materials and then just referring to materials in the lecture rather than spending time spelling out long citations twice orally in the lecture

Stewart K.

Thank you!

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