The USPTO issues many documents to trademark applicants and registrants alike. If you don’t deal with them appropriately, you can find your trademark cancelled, your trademark application abandoned, or a lawsuit filed against you for trademark infringement. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to issue a cost-estimate without examining the actual notice from the USPTO.
For a small flat-rate fee, we will examine the notice from the USPTO and let you know our thoughts. If it makes sense to reply to the USPTO, we’ll give you a quote.
This is NOT the cost of an actual reply to the USPTO, and we reserve the right to refuse to reply after examining your documents. Furthermore, if you ask us to review documents within two weeks of their deadline, you may need to pay the costs of an extension with the USPTO. THIS IS NOT AN ACTUAL ATTORNEY-CLIENT REPRESENTATION FOR THE SUBJECT MATTER CONTAINED WITHIN THE USPTO NOTICE.