Trademark Application Applicant's Response after Non-Final Action Refusing Statement of Use Entered
U.S. Trademark Application, Response after Non-Final Office Action Refusal of SOU has been Entered
RESPONSE AFTER NON-FINAL ACTION REFUSING SOU - ENTERED, sou refusal, statement of use refusal, 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
You filed an application for registration of a trademark based on intent to use ("ITU"). The application was allowed. You have now filed a statement of use, alleging that you have used the mark. However, the statement of use was refused in a non-final office action. You filed a response to the office action and it has been received by the USPTO.
If you received this notice, the Examining Attorney has received a response by the applicant to a non-final office action refusing the statement of use. 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 accept the arguments and accept the statement of use.