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a petition to cancel was filed against my registered trademark

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a petition to cancel was filed against my registered trademark 6 months ago. The notice was sent to my registered (which is previous) location and I didn't get it. The trademark was already canceled by default a week ago as I found out online. What other actions can I take to revive the trademark or response to the petition? Thanks!

You are entitled to file a motion to set aside the default under Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Rule 312.03. I cannot write a motion to set aside for you.


If you want to try to "do-it-yourself," then here is the procedure manual for the TTAB.


If you prefer to hire legal representation, then for a tradeXXXXX XXXXXtigation attorney referral, see:


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