What is the recourse when the United States trademark office refuses to register a trademark?

Minneapolis trademark lawyer David D’Zurilla explains that the recourse in this case is to respond and differentiate.

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Transcript:

The recourse is to respond to the office action if the refusal was based on likelihood of confusion. You differentiate the marks, how they’re different and not the same and/or you also differentiate the goods or services and how they are different and travel in different trades of channel and/or are sold and marketed to different types of consumers.