Trademark Application Refused: Ex Parte Appeal Dismissed as Moot
U.S. Federal Trademark Application Refused - Ex Parte Appeal Dismissed as Moot
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You filed a federal trademark application. The application may have been refused once, or you may have responded to more than one office action, but ultimately, the USPTO has issued a refusal to register your mark, and you appealed.
Your trademark application was refused in a final office action. You appealed the decision of the Examining Attorney to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). The TTAB has ruled that your appeal is moot, either because the Examining Attorney has withdrawn the refusal (and you will proceed to registration), or you expressly abandoned your application.