Respond to an Office Action.

As well as initial filings, Trademark United offers a myriad of post filing services, including Office Action Responses issued against applications filed by us, and by others.

  • Assign a US licensed attorney to your trademark application
  • Respond to any Office actions issued to your application
  • Monitor your trademark application so you don't miss any deadlines

$1,999 one time fee Get continued protection through our active, comprehensive, and customized trademark monitoring services.

  • Attorney Assignment Have an attorney assigned to your application.
  • Draft Response Have the assigned attorney draft a response.
  • Review and Sign You will sign the response, and then we file it.

It's that simple!

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Received an Office Action? Have an attorney draft a response.

Most trademark applications receive an Office Action. Applications prepared by an attorney receive fewer Office actions. Since they have been dealing with trademark applications for years, they know how to avoid common trademark mistakes and can help you avoid getting Office Actions.

You have limited number of responses to contest an Office Action, so you need to be absolutely sure that the response is accurate and complete.

9 out of 10 people get it wrong the first time. Why waste time, money and chances when you can sit back and relax, while we draft a winning office action response for you.

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Common Questions: Office Action Response

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  • What is an Office action?

    The Office action is official document that is sent your way when a USPTO examining attorney has found some errors or legal issues after evaluation of your application. It outlines the reasons why the application is being rejected and, if applicable, provides a list of additional requirements that must be met for reconsideration.

  • How do I know if my application has received an office action?
  • What’s the difference between a non-final and a final Office action?
  • What happens if I do not respond to an office action?