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TTAB Allows Only One Bite at the Apple

Published in Managing Intellectual Property
Article | October 2015

Intellectual Property national co-chair Karen Artz Ash and partner Bret Danow discuss The Urock Network, LLC v. Umberto Sulpasso, a case in which the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) held that a party who unsuccessfully opposes an application for a specific mark is prohibited from petitioning to cancel the registration that subsequently issues for such mark. They note that decision confirms that "a party only gets one bite of the proverbial apple if it opposes a trademark application."

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