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Intellectual Property Trademarks

Trademark Coexistence May Become a Necessity As Market for Trademarks Grows

Trademark publication can be an anxious part of the application process, with fear of aggressive opposition and costly proceedings looming in the background. But many oppositions, whether they are only threatened or actually filed, afford the applicant a discussion with the opposer that can ultimately be helpful in nonobvious ways.

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No ordinary trademark applicant wants their application opposed. Trademark publication can be an anxious part of the application process, with fear of aggressive opposition and costly proceedings looming in the background for 30 days. Rightly so, as this is sometimes exactly what happens. But many oppositions, whether they are only threatened or actually filed, afford the applicant a discussion with the opposer that can ultimately be helpful in nonobvious ways.

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