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June 9, 2020
USPTO - Primarily Merely a Surname Rejection
The Primarily Merely a Surname Rejection Primarily Merely a Surname – You’ve submitted a trademark application and after many months, you finally receive news from the USPTO—but it’s an Office Action. There are several reasons you may receive a rejection from the USPTO for a trademark application, the most popular one being a Section 2d—“likelihood...
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