Trademark Application Filed; Examiner's Amendment Mailed or Emailed
U.S. Federal Trademark Application Filed, Examining Attorney Has Amended The Application
EXAMINERS AMENDMENT - MAILED; trademark; us federal trademark; us trademark; trademark refused; office action; non-final office action; trademark office action refusal; preliminary refusal; response to office action; examiner's amendment; examining attorney amendment; amending a trademark; trademark amendment
If you received this notice, the Examining Attorney has amended your application with a minor change that you may have approved in an email or by phone. When an Examiner's Amendment issues, if you find it to be wrong or improper, you have six (6) months to respond to the amendment.
You may object to the amendment if you disagree with the items that have been amended by the examiner. However, typically an amendment by the examiner is a good thing, and will move the application forward toward registration. In many cases the examining attorney will have already contacted the applicant (or counsel) to discuss the amendment. However, the amendment must be issued so that it can be contested by the applicant if improper.
The USPTO does not issue reminders of the date to respond to an office action. Therefore, you must track the date and respond appropriately by the dat set forth in the examiner's amendment.