A trademark registrability report (sometimes also called an Office Action or OA) is a letter that a would be trademark applicant receives from the relevant authority reviewing his or her trademark application. Generally, this letter raises some objections to the application and seeks are response or answers to the questions raised. If this letter is not responded to in a timely fashion, generally the trademark application will be considered abandoned. Some types of common questions raised by the trademark examiner might be:
- Mark is confusingly similar to an existing mark
- The application has some errors
- The examiner has some suggestions
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