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Ready for the New TTAB Rule Changes?

Posted in Agreements, Articles, Branding, Marketing, Trademarks, TTAB

To the extent you haven’t yet had a chance to fully digest the significant rule changes about to go into effect in all pending TTAB (Trademark Trial and Appeal Board) cases at the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) on January 14, 2017, now is your chance to hear how they will impact your cases and learn strategies for mastering them.

Strafford is reconvening a familiar threesome, including yours truly, to provide valuable insights and a dynamic discussion of these important rule changes, in a webinar scheduled for November 9, 2016. Here are the details on the program and how to register for it. And, as always here, the first three to post a comment below will enjoy free attendance.

Basically, you’ll learn how to do this on the TTAB gridiron:

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I’m very fortunate to be presenting again with two very capable TTAB practitioners: Linda McLeod of Kelly IP in Washington, D.C., and Jonathan Hudis of Quarles & Brady’s D.C. Office.

Seems just like yesterday, but do you remember the TTAB rule changes we discussed nearly a decade ago, in this 2007 Strafford webinar?