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TRADEMARK MANUAL OF EXAMINING PROCEDURE (TMEP) UNITED STATES PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE. October 2018. Foreword. The Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure(TMEP) may be downloaded free of charge from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) website at http://www.uspto.gov/trademark/guides-and-manuals/tmep-archives Actual specimens are preferred if they are available and not bulky (see TMEP §904.03 regarding bulky specimens). However, a photograph, photocopy or other reproduction of a specimen of the mark as used on or in connection with the goods, or in the sale or advertising of the services, is acceptable. 37 C.F.R. §2.56(c). The applicant should submit facsimiles if actual specimens exceed the size requirements of 37 C.F.R. §2.56(d)(1) See TMEP §§1301.04 et seq. regarding service mark specimens, TMEP §1304.02 (a) (i) (C) regarding collective membership mark specimens, TMEP §1303.01 (a) (i) (C) regarding collective trademark and collective service mark specimens, and TMEP §1306.02 (a) (i) (B) regarding certification mark specimens

Telangiectasia macularis eruptiva perstans (TMEP), described by Parkes Weber in 1930, represents a rare form of mastocytosis. The typical lesions are telangiectatic macules with background color ranging from light to dark brown. TMEP develops more frequently in adults, although there are reports of cases affecting children.1- Your specimen is not properly verified, see TMEP 904.05. Your specimen does not meet one of the specimen requirements above. Examples of unacceptable specimens. Here are some common reasons why specimens are refused. The examples below don't meet the requirements for specimens. Your specimen does not show the trademark in your drawing See TMEP §1301.03(a) regarding service mark specimens containing the term beta. 904.03(f) Specimens for Sound Marks To show that a sound mark actually identifies and distinguishes the goods/services and indicates their source, an applicant must submit a specimen that contains a sufficient portion of the audio or video content to show how the mark is used on or in connection with the goods/services The detection of KIT gene mutation in skin specimens revealed a somatic mutation, KITD816 V, only in these two patients. TMEP is a rare form of CM, often neglected. A correct and early diagnosis of TMEP is important to rule out systemic involvement of the disease

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Business documents such as letterhead and invoices may be acceptable service mark specimens if they show the mark and refer to the relevant services. See TMEP §1301.04(c). See 37 C.F.R. §2.59 and TMEP §§904.05 and 904.07 et seq. regarding substitute specimens. 1301.04(a) Specimens Must Show Use as a Service Mar Specimens for goods - physical displays. • Displays associated with the goods essentially comprise point -of-sale material such as banners, shelf-talkers, window displays, menus, and similar devices. • A display must show use of the mark directly associated with the goods and at the point of sale. 16 For more information about the requirement for the mark in drawings to match the mark on specimens or foreign registrations, see TMEP §807.12(a)-(b). For more information on specimens and how to use the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) to submit a new specimen and amend the filing basis, see our specimen webpage See TMEP §904.03(i) regarding electronic displays as specimens for trademarks. 904.03(f) Specimens for Sound Marks To show that a sound mark actually identifies and distinguishes the goods/services and indicates their source, an applicant must submit a specimen that contains a sufficient portion of the audio or video content to show how the mark is used on or in connection with the goods/services B. Digitally Created/Altered or Mockup Specimens If a specimen appears to be digitally created/altered or otherwise mocked up, the examining attorney must issue a refusal under Trademark Act Sections 1 and 45 on the grounds that the specimen does not show actual use of the applied-for mark in commerce. 15 U.S.C. §§1051, 1127; TMEP §904.04(a). The refusal must include an explanation of the reason

follow the guidance in TMEP §305. 2. Specimens for Non-traditional Marks A specimen for certain non-traditional marks, such as scent and flavor marks, cannot be submitted electronically. See 37 C.F.R. §2.56(d)(1). For example, if the application is for a scent mark, the examining attorney must be able to smell the actual scent to determin The Office does not require specimens showing use of the mark for every item set forth in an application. However, if an identification is so broad that it encompasses a wide range of products, the applicant must submit evidence that it actually uses the mark on a wide range of products to obtain registration TMEP typically develops in adults, although there have been case reports of TMEP in children. In a study of 52 patients, the prevalence of bone-marrow biopsy specimens that indicated systemic mastocytosis increased as the level of total tryptase increased. The biopsy specimens were 100 percent positive when total tryptase was greater than 75 ng/ml and 50 percent positive when total.

Webpages are also acceptable specimens for goods when they include a picture or textual description of the goods associated with the mark and the means to order the goods. For more information on substitute specimens, see 37 C.F.R. §§2.59, 2.71 (c) and TMEP §§ 904.03 et seq., 904.05 Differential diagnoses of systemic mastocytosis in routinely processed bone marrow biopsy specimens: a review Pathobiology. 2010;77(4):169-80. doi: 10.1159/000305552. Epub 2010 Jul 7. Authors H-P Horny 1 , K Sotlar, P Valent. Affiliation 1 Institute of Pathology, Ansbach, Germany. See TMEP §1604.12(c) regarding substitute specimens. Under 37 C.F.R. §2.161(g)(2), the specimen must be flat and no larger than 8½ inches (21.6 cm.) wide by 11.69 inches (29.7 cm.) long

See TMEP §904.03(i) regarding electronic displays as specimens for trademarks. Similarly, a specimen for audio recordings in Class 9 that shows use of the mark on an internet website must include a download or similar link to put the consumer on notice that the identified goods are available for download. Absent such a link or the equivalent thereof, the specimen on its face fails to show. See TMEP §904.02(a) regarding electronically filed specimens, TMEP §904.03(f) regarding specimens for sound marks, and TMEP §904.03(l) regarding specimens for motion marks. See also 37 C.F.R. §§2.56(d)(1) and (d)(2) and TMEP §904.02(b) regarding the size requirements for specimens attached to paper filings, and the procedures for handling specimens that exceed these requirements See TMEP §1604.12(c) regarding the requirements for an affidavit or declaration supporting use of substitute specimens. The USPTO prefers that the specimen, whether a true copy of the original or a substitute, be submitted electronically via the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) fake specimens. On March 6, 2018, the USPTO revealed a pilot program that would allow third parties to report fake specimens filed in connection with marks that have yet to be registered. A report, made via email to TMSpecimenProtest@uspto.gov, must contain either

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  1. Specimens are described as webpages. Mark is placed below the McGowanGroup Asset Management banner. The Board held the specimen acceptable as showing use of the mark in rendering the services based on the following findings
  2. See TMEP §807.12(d) and cases cited therein regarding mutilation of the mark. (2) Punctuation in the mark on the drawing must also appear on the specimen because a mark sought to be registered under §1 must be used in commerce, and if the punctuation on the drawing does not appear on the specimen, the mark on the drawing is not used in commerce
  3. g Amendments Amendment of Black-and-White Drawing of Mark for Which Color is Claimed to Substitute Color Drawing 1609.02(e) 1609.02(f) Amendment of Black-and-White Drawing to Color Drawing 1609.02(g) Amendment to Special Form Drawing Containing Black, White, and/or Gra
  4. TMEP §904.03(i). Examples of specimens for services include advertising and marketing materials, brochures, photographs of business signage and billboards, and webpages that show the mark used in the actual sale, rendering, or advertising of the services. See TMEP §1301.04(a), (h)(iv)(C)
  5. Unacceptable Specimens Made Acceptable (TMEP § 904.03(k) & TMEP 904.03(i)) In applications for marks for goods, only a narrow range of specimens is usually acceptable, such as labels, packaging, and point-of-sale displays. The TMEP states two very useful exceptions to that rule, however. For products sold only in bulk, such as liquid chemicals sold in tanker trucks, TMEP § 904.03(k) says.
  6. KIT point mutations at codon 816 in skin biopsy specimens were present in 10 patients (29.4%), and 24 patients (70.6%) had no KIT mutation. The median serum tryptase level was 8.3 μg/L (IQR 5.5-27). Systemic mastocytosis was diagnosed in 16 patients (47.0%), and organ injury with dysfunction was present in 3 patients (8.8%) (C-findings according to the WHO), indicating aggressive systemic.

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Acceptable trademark specimens for goods vary greatly from their service mark counterparts. For goods, the specimen of use must show the trademark on the products or packaging. The following are acceptable trademark specimens for goods: Proof of use on actual goods. Tags or labels affixed to goods for apparel. Packaging that features the trademark Telangiectasia macularis eruptiva perstans (TMEP) is a rare form of cutaneous mastocytosis (CM). Although TMEP has been traditionally thought to be restricted to the skin, a recent retrospective multicentric study established a diagnosis with systemic involvement of mastocytosis in 47% patients affected by TMEP and aggressive systemic mastocytosis in 9% PTO, U.S. Dep't of Com., TMEP § 1109.09(b) (Oct. 2018) (discussing PTO review of submitted specimens of use). But see 15 U.S.C. § 1126(e) (stating with respect to non-United States nationals applying on the basis of a foreign application that [t]he application must state the applicant's bona fide intention to use the mark in commerce, but use in commerce shall not be required prior. TMEP 1202.02 (c) lays out several examples of correctable errors in identifying the application, including: Trade Name Set Forth as Applicant. If the applicant identifies itself by a name under which it does business, which is not a legal entity, then amendment to state the applicant's correct legal name is permitted. Cf TMEP 1301.04. It is important that the specimen show the services listed in the trademark application. If all of the services listed in the application are not shown in one specimen, then multiple specimens can be used to show all the services. Examples of advertising include webpages, brochures, print advertising, etc. It is also acceptable to.

Specimens for Service Marks. A specimen for a service mark must show the mark as used in the sale or advertising of the services identified in the trademark application. Examples of acceptable specimens include website pages, newspaper and magazine advertisements, business cards, brochures, menus, etc. Sometimes it is helpful to provide a supporting declaration describing the service offered. See TMEP §904.03(j) regarding manuals and TMEP §904.04(c) regarding package inserts. The following types of items are generally considered advertising, and unless they comprise point-of-sale material, are not acceptable as specimens of use on goods: advertising circulars and brochures; price lists; announcements; press releases; listings in trade directories; and business cards. Moreover.

Unacceptable Specimens Made Acceptable (TMEP § 904.03(k) & TMEP 904.03(i)) In applications for marks for goods, only a narrow range of specimens is usually acceptable, such as labels, packaging. Specimens for Trademarks Identifying Computer Programs, Movies, and Videos, or Audio Recordings 904.03(e) 904.03(f) Specimens for Sound Marks 904.03(g) Displays Associated with Goods 904.03(h) Catalogs 904.03(i) Electronic Displays 904.03(i)(A) Picture or Description of the Goods 904.03(i)(B) Show the Mark in Association with the Goods 904.03(i)(B)(1) Prominence of Mark 904.03(i)(B)(2) Placem Influence of thermo-mechanical embrittlement processing on microstructure and mechanical behavior of a pressure vessel steel Xue Bai a,b, Sujun Wua,⁎,PeterK.Liawb a School of Materials Science and Engineering, Beihang University, Beijing 100191, P.R. China b Department of Materials Science and Engineering, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996, US 1604.12(b) Specimens in Electronically Filed Affidavits or Declarations 1604.12(c) Substitute Specimens 1600-1 October 2012. 1604.13 Differences in the Mark as Used on the Specimen and the Mark as Registered 1604.13(a) Possible Amendment of Mark in Registration 1604.14 Designation of Domestic Representative by Foreign Owner 1604.15 Office Actions and Notices Regarding Affidavit or Declaration.

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Can I trademark a person's name? Maybe. You might be able to register a person's name as a trademark if the name meets certain conditions. Here are requirements for trademarking your own name or someone else's name: If the name identifies a living individual, consent to register must be made of record [see TMEP 813]. [ Trademark Specimens of Use: A Necessarily Subjective Standard. John Welch, over at the TTABlog, reported on a recent trademark specimen of use case (pdf here ); one near and dear to my heart, since I represented the Applicant seeking to register the composite word-only mark DELI EXPRESS SAN LUIS for sweet rolls The business should be in existence at the time of filing of the trademark application. Filing basis: Determine if your trademark is already being used in the ordinary course of business in the US; When to use 1 (a) use in commerce: tm1a.com. When to use 1 (b) intent-to-use: tm1b.com. Prepare specimen for use in commerce application if applicable

Specimens. Filers must now include the URL and the access or print date for all webpage specimens filed for goods or services. (See Rule 2.56(c) as amended) Moreover, if a label or tag is submitted as a specimen for a good, the label or tag must be shown attached to the goods themselves. It may be possible to submit a label or tag that is not. Requirements for Web Page Specimens for Goods In order for a web page to be considered an acceptable specimen for goods, the law requires the web page to show the following: 1) a picture of the good; 2) prominent use of the trademark such that the mark is readily associated with the good; and 3) means for ordering the good. TMEP Section 904.03(i) TMEP §904.03(i); see 37 C.F.R. §2.56(b)(1), (c). Specimens for services must show a direct association between the mark and the services and include: (1) copies of advertising and marketing material, (2) a photograph of business signage or billboards, or (3) materials showing the mark in the sale, rendering, or advertising of the services Acceptable specimens of use for services marks are those (1) showing the mark used or displayed as a service mark in the sale of the services, which includes use in the course of rendering or performing the services, or (2) showing the mark used or displayed in advertising the services, which encompasses marketing and promotional materials. TMEP 1301.04. Those specimens may include.

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Providing Specimens for Class 38. A specimen for service must show use of the mark in a manner that would be perceived by potential purchasers as identifying the applicant's services and indicating their source. Where the mark is used in advertising the services, the specimen must show an association between the mark and the services for which registration is sought. A specimen that shows only. The Internet has played a dominant role in prompting change in trademark rules to incorporate electronic displays as acceptable specimens. Traditional rules remain relevant, such as a display must be associated directly with the goods offered for sale, see the Trademark Manual Of Examining Procedure (TMEP) Section 904.03 (g) on specimens collected from the site of infection using culture or a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) if culture is not readily available. A NAAT positive TOC should be followed up with the collection of a culture suitable specimen for antimicrobial-susceptibility testing. These clinical management scenarios require effective methods to transport adequately collected specimens to.

To: Whoa Dough, LLC (tbehrens@medleybehrens.com)Subject: U.S. Trademark Application Serial No. 88379466 - WHOA DOUGH - WDLT-0001: Sent: October 23, 2019 08:25:26 AM. As indicated in TMEP §806.01(b), an intent-to-use application must also include a verified statement that the applicant has a bona fide intention to use the mark in commerce. In other words, the applicant really must intend to use the mark in commerce, such as by, for example, transporting products bearing the mark from one state to another with the real intent to sell the. Applicant's Statement of Use (SOU) filed on December 19, 2019 has been reviewed by the assigned trademark examining attorney. Applicant must respond timely and completely to the issue(s) below. 15 U.S.C. §1062(b); 37 C.F.R. §§2.62, 2.65(a); TMEP §§711, 718.03. Specimens - Do Not Show Use with Goods or Applied for Service

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  1. FINAL OFFICE ACTION. The USPTO must receive applicant's response to this letter within six months of the issue date below or the application will be abandoned. Respond using the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) and/or Electronic System for Trademark Trials and Appeals (ESTTA). A link to the appropriate TEAS response form and/or to ESTTA for an appeal appears at the end of this.
  2. Examples of specimens. Specimens for goods include a photograph of (1) the actual goods bearing the mark; (2) an actual container, packaging, tag or label for the goods bearing the mark; or (3) a point-of-sale display showing the mark directly associated with the goods. See 37 C.F.R. §2.56(b)(1), (c); TMEP §904.03(a)-(m). A webpage specimen submitted as a display associated with the goods.
  3. To: Revolution Indoor Cycling LLC (info@revolutionbuffalo.com)Subject: U.S. Trademark Application Serial No. 88707365 - ROCHESTER SWEATS HARDER - N/A: Sent: December 30, 2019 03:26:42 P

I have successfully used as service mark specimens dozens of door and building signs, even truck signs, that do not mention the services for going on four decades now. The specimen is not the letters of the sign, it is the building. The building contains the services just like a package contains the goods. It is absurd to say that someone entering a real estate office through a door with the. Trademark Policy Collaboration Site is a place where you can submit, browse, vote and comment on ideas to make USPTO better. Hosted by IdeaScale.com

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  1. ing Attorney should not have issued a descriptiveness refusal with an advisory that the designation was likely generic in the first Office Action. Rather, the Exa
  2. In addition to the examples of specimens in (2) in the above paragraph, examples of specimens for goods also include instruction manuals, containers, and webpages that include a picture or textual description of the goods associated with the mark and the means to order the goods. See TMEP §§904.03 et seq
  3. Examples of specimens. Specimens for goods include a photograph of (1) the actual goods bearing the mark; (2) an actual container, packaging, tag or label for the goods bearing the mark; or (3) a point-of-sale display showing the mark directly associated with the goods. See 37 C.F.R. §2.56(b)(1), (c); TMEP §904.03(a)-(m). A webpage specimen.
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When Are Trademark Specimens Required? Under the Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure (TMEP) 904.03 2, a trademark specimen is required under Section 1(a) use-based (i.e used in commerce) trademark applications, but is not required under Section 1(b) intent-to-use trademark applications at the time of application. This provides the owner. By getting it right the first time and maintaining use of the mark in connection with acceptable specimens, you can save yourself and your client a lot of time in the application process. For more information on acceptable specimens, please refer to the Trademark Manual Examining Procedure (TMEP) guide under §904 for goods and §1301 for services In telangiectasia macularis eruptiva perstans (TMEP), mast cells are brick shaped or spindle shaped. In nodular urticaria pigmentosa, mast cells are observed in dense aggregates and may extend through the entire dermis and into subcutaneous tissue. If the lesion from which the biopsy specimen was taken was traumatized during harvest, edema and eosinophil infiltrates may be present. The.

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See TMEP §904.05 regarding affidavit supporting substitute specimens. If, in fact, the mark was first used on dates other than those asserted in the amendment to allege use, the dates of use must be corrected See alsoTMEP §§1401.10(a),TMEP §1904.02(c)-1904.02(c)(v). Thus, although international registrations often include broad statements identifying the goods and services, and in many cases use the entire class heading of a given class, these broad identifications are generally unacceptable in United States applications. The identification of goods and/or services in the request for extension. Now I am also diagnosed with coexisting TMEP. The specimens show hyperpigmented epidermis and mild perivascular inflammation in the dermis. Giemsa stain highlights a mildly increased density of perivascular and interstitial mast cells. The features favor the hypocellular variant of mastocytosis such as telangiectasia macularis eruptiva Perstans. I thought that UP was just located in the.

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The TMEP identifies four main reasons that a Letter of Protest can be approved on a trademark application: or mismatched specimens. File early! If you subscribe to a watch service or otherwise discover a trademark that you believe could be confused with a mark you represent, submit your letter to the USPTO as soon as possible to ensure that it will be taken into account. While a letter of. Specimens for Goods do not include Advertising material, Business cards, Invoices or Bills of sale. These types of specimens, however, may be used for proof of use with services. Services: Acceptable Specimens. For Services (activities), the allowed type of specimens that may be provided to the U.S. Trademark Office include: · Print or Internet advertising Brochures and leaflets* · Menus for. For webpage specimens, applicants and registrants must now show or provide the URL, as well as the access or print date. Labels or tags that appear to be mock-ups or created solely for the purpose of the application will be refused for failure to show use of the mark in commerce. Applicants should be prepared for the possibility that they will be requested by the USPTO to clarify or otherwise.

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Acceptable specimens of use for service marks may include advertising and marketing materials displaying the mark and referencing the services identified in the application. How much use is enough? Examples of insufficient usage would include token use or minimal use for the sole purpose of supporting a trademark application. While there is no. QUESTION: What are appropriate specimens for a Federal trademark registration? ANSWER: Trademarks. The specimen must show the mark as used on or in connection with the goods in commerce. A tradema See TMEP §1301.04(a), (h)(iv)(C). Specimens comprising advertising and promotional materials must show a direct association between the mark and the services. TMEP §1301.04(f)(ii). Applicant may respond to this refusal by satisfying one of the following for each applicable international class: (1) Submit a different specimen (a verified substitute specimen) that (a) was in actual use. The USPTO refused registration of the mark FILAMENT TOWER for LED fixtures and light bulbs, concluding that the specimens of use differed materially from the drawing of the mark in the application. Applicant argued that FILAMENT TOWER, used in the phrase Cree LED Filament Tower Technology [see specimen below] will be perceived as a trademark TMEP §1202.04(d); see In re Eagle Crest, Inc., 96 USPQ2d at 1229. Nor will submitting a substitute specimen overcome this refusal. See TMEP § 1202.04(d). Although applicant's mark has been refused registration, applicant may respond to the refusal by submitting evidence and arguments in support of registration

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See TMEP §§904.03 et seq. Webpages may also be specimens for goods when they include a picture or textual description of the goods associated with the mark and the means to order the goods. TMEP §904.03(i). However, leaflets, handbills, advertising circulars, and other advertising materials generally are not acceptable specimens for goods Co., 476 F.2d 653, 655, 177 USPQ2d 456, 457 (C.C.P.A. 1973); TMEP §1301.04(f)(ii). To show a direct association, specimens consisting of advertising or promotional materials must (1) explicitly reference the services and (2) show the mark used to identify the services and their source

USPTO announces new examination guide will be effective from 15 February 2020 New guide will require email address to be submitted by all registrants and applicants Group of attorneys voice concerns, including over privacy, in a letter to the registry The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is. See TMEP §§904.03 et seq. Webpages may also be specimens for goods when they include a picture or textual description of the goods associated with the mark and the means to order the goods. TMEP §904.03(i). Applicant may respond to this refusal by satisfying one of the following for each applicable international class (TMEP § 904.03(f)). Specimens for Goods: For example, the applicant may submit a link to the applicant's or another vendor's website, provided the applied-for sound mark is heard: (1) when the applied-for goods are placed into an electronic cart; or (2) when the consumer's mouse pointer hovers over the goods. The use would be an electronic display associated with the sale of the goods. Request PDF | Telangiectasia macularis eruptiva perstans (TMEP): A form of cutaneous mastocytosis with potential systemic involvement | Background: Telangiectasia macularis eruptiva perstans (TMEP. See TMEP §1301.04(a), (h)(iv)(C). Specimens comprising advertising and promotional materials must show a direct association between the mark and the services. TMEP §1301.04(f)(ii). Applicant may respond to this refusal by satisfying one of the following for each applicable international class: (1) Submit a different specimen (a verified substitute specimen ) that (a) was in actual use. What if specimens do not match the mark in your trademark application drawing? Final trademark refusal: What are your options in responding to a Final Office Action? What is a failure to function as a trademark refusal? What are confusable trademarks and examples of non-confusable trademarks

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