Trademark Trial & Appeal Board Attorneys: The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) is an administrative body that handles proceedings to decide United States Patent and Trademark Office trademark matters. Specifically, the TTAB handles proceedings that may include appeals from the USPTO, denials of trademark registration, to current use proceedings, opposition proceedings, and trademark cancellations. TTAB decisions can be appealed to a United States District Court or directly to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal circuit.
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DAMIEN ALLEN: Good afternoon and welcome to Traverse Legal Radio. My name is Damien Allen in the studio and today we’re speaking with Brian Hall. Brian Hall’s an attorney with Traverse Legal PLC. Brian’s practice focuses on trademark matters including trademark clearances and registrations, opposition and cancellation proceedings in front of the TTAB, licensing issues and federal court litigation. Brian also regularly handles domain dispute resolutions, internet law matters, and related business representation matters. Good afternoon Brian. How are you doing?
BRIAN HALL: Doing great. Glad to be here Damien.
DAMIEN: Well today we’re talking about trademark oppositions, trademark cancellations in front of the TTAB. Well, I guess the first question should be, what’s the TTAB? Continue reading Trademark Opposition, Cancellation Proceedings at the TTAB »