Young & Thompson has procured U.S. trademark registrations for our clients throughout our more than 100-year history. New trademark applications filed through our office are frequently based on a home application in a country foreign to the U.S., although our clients also regularly rely on the “intent to use” provisions of the Lanham Act as their basis for filing. We also regularly assume representation in the U.S. for international trademark applications filed under the Madrid Protocol.
We are known within the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by the Trademark Examining corps as an experienced group of trademark practitioners who act competently and cooperatively in securing valuable trademark registrations as directed by our clients.
When the trademark interests of one of our clients collide with those of another, an opposition or cancellation proceeding sometimes results. We have many times over the years successfully represented the interests of our clients in these proceedings, whether we are acting for the applicant/registrant, or the opposer/petitioner.
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