Trademark Application Applicant's Response after Non-Final Action Entered
U.S. Trademark Application, Response after Non-Final Office Action has been Entered
RESPONSE AFTER NON-FINAL ACTION - ENTERED, non-final office action; non-final trademark refusal; refusal to register a trademark; response to refusal; trademark application; federal trademark application; federal trademark registration; office action response
If you received this notice, the Examining Attorney has received a response by the applicant to a non-final office action. The Examining Attorney has 6 months from the date of filing of the response by the applicant before the Examining Attorney must respond with a final office action, or move the application to the next phase toward registration.
You filed a trademark application. The application was refused in a non-final office action. You responded. The USPTO has entered that response. But, no evaluation of the response has been made at this time. The Examiner has up to six months to review your response and issue a final office action, or reconsider his or her position and allow the mark to move along to the next stage in the cycle towards registration.