The Lifecycle of a Trademark Opposition: Understanding the Trademark Opposition Process at the Trademark Trial and Appea ― What do you do when you, or preferably your trademark-monitoring attorney, find a application in the United States’ Patent and Trademark Office’s database that is likely to confuse consumers because it is similar to your mark? One possible solution is to file an opposition. Every trademark must go through a series of stages on its way to registration, hopefully on the Principal Register. One of these stages, titled publication for opposition, allows a party to oppose the registration of a trademark that it believes is likely to cause confusion with its mark.
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