Significant developments at the USPTO in 2015

By Mary Boney Denison

Important changes in 2015 for trademarks at the US Patent and Trademark Office include a large filing increase, trademark fee reductions, the launch of courtesy email reminders for post-registration deadlines and the release of a new ID manual

The most significant developments in 2015 for trademarks at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) include a large filing increase, reduced fee options to incentivise full electronic processing, the launch of courtesy email reminders for post-registration deadlines, and the release of a new ID manual.

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