Trademark Attorney, Lawyer: Trademark Registration & Trademark Infringement: Trademark Practice Before USPTO’s TTAB: How to Avoid and Cure Fraud in a Trademark Application

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Thursday, 18 March 2010


Trademark fraud occurs when a trade mark registrant files false paperwork to the USPTO. Fraudulent information about first use dates, scope and description of services or goods and other information can invalidate a trademark.

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