This article relates an interesting procedural move and court sanction in a trademark opposition case. As the article relates, the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board (TTAB) gave a party arguing in opposition to a trademark filing (Opposer) 15 days to amend its fraud claim. When an amended claim was submitted nearly two months after this deadline, the TTAB was displeased with Opposer and its counsel, and therefore imposed sanctions.
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Interesting TTAB sanction: Opposer must contact intelocutory to arrange inter partes conference before filing motions