The USPTO's headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. Shawn Landersz for CAS-IP / www.flickr.com
A lawyer has sued the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) claiming it has been “abusive” and “burdensome” in its requests for information (RFI) on 15,000 trademark applications filed at the office.
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USPTO; Matthew Swyers; The Trademark Company; US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia; trademarks