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America first? The USPTO takes on foreign TM applicants


Christian Liedtke of Acuminis examines the possibly far-reaching changes to US trademark practice rules seeking to abolish the ability of foreign trademark holders to represent themselves in trademark matters before the USPTO and its Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

On February 15, 2019, the USPTO published a Notice of Rule Making in the Federal Register (84 Fed. Reg. 32) concerning the amendment of 37 CFR Parts 2 and 11....


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