USPTO rule change on foreign TM applicants is logical: lawyers
Lawyers have said that the USPTO’s proposal for foreign trademark applicants to be represented by a US-licensed lawyer makes sense but may raise cost for some companies
The USPTO issued its notice of proposed rulemaking on February 15, saying that only US attorneys should have the right to act for trademark applicants and registrants based outside the country.
In its announcement, the USPTO said that such a...
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