How to fix a typo on a trademark? Samples and what was written on the PTO application, in one of the words the letter "e" was mistakenly used instead of an "a."
According to the UPTO, TO FIX an amendment/correction should be filed through the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS), specifically using the Post-Publication Amendment form that is found within the category POST-PUBLICATION/POST NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE (NOA) FORMS. If the electronic form cannot be used, then the request should be faxed to Post Publication Amendments/Corrections at 571-270-9007 to ensure that the amendment(s)/correction(s) become part of the record for the relevant application. Requests to correct minor typographical errors entered by the USPTO, inquiries regarding the procedure for submitting a post-publication amendment, or questions regarding the status of a post-publication amendment can be e-mailed to TM Post XXXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX .
All post-publications amendments/corrections should be submitted no later than 6 weeks after the publication date to insure that the amendment/correction can be considered prior to the issuance of the notice of allowance or registration certificate.
The application submitted was recent and has yet to be reviewed by an attorney. The suggested link does not apply to my case.
if it was just submitted, then you should withdraw the application and submit a new one, or wait till it is complete.
10 years intellectual property exp
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