This article shares details about (and an example of) a relatively less-well-known but often highly effective tool in the trademark process. As the article explains, a Letter of Protest (so capitalized because it has special meaning in the trademark process) can be a cheaper and quicker method of achieving the same results as an Opposition of Cancellation (two more widely utilized approaches).
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Anatomy of a ‘Letter of Protest’ to Trademark Application