Trademark Application Refusal Withdrawn
U.S. Federal Trademark Application Refusal withdrawn, Issued Refusal Now Withdrawn
REFUSAL WITHDRAWAL LETTER - MAILED; trademark refusal withdrawn; trademark refusal; defective trademark; final office action; non-final trademark refusal; refusal to register a trademark; continued final refusal; trademark application; federal trademark application; federal trademark registration
Your U.S. Federal Trademark Application was refused, either in a non-final preliminary refusal, or in a final office action. You made arguments that were persuasive, or a blocking mark has been canceled or gone abandoned. In either event, the examiner has now withdrawn the refusal to register your mark. This means that there should no longer be any obstacle to allowing your mark to move to publication.
The Examining Attorney has withdrawn his or her refusal, and your trademark will now proceed to the next step in the registration process.
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