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A New Perspective on Potential Trademark Infringement

Alt Legal’s §2(d) Trademark Watch provides you with useful intelligence of potential infringement pre-publication so you can take immediate action and develop an opposition strategy.

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Know about confusingly similar marks

When the USPTO determines that an application is confusingly similar to a registered trademark or pending application, the examiner only notifies the applicant. So, trademark owners may not know about the potential infringement until it’s too late.

Our algorithms identify §2(d) office actions and emails you when your USPTO trademarks are cited in a “likelihood of confusion” or “prior pending application” refusal. Your new and updated trademarks are monitored with your correspondent email address, which means there’s no need to manually add filings or review spreadsheets full of irrelevant marks.

Our daily emails provide direct links to the relevant office action, the confusingly similar application, and your cited matter in TSDR. You'll also receive notification if the confusingly similar application is published for opposition in the Official Gazette. We also provide weekly emails and monthly reports of all your cited matters and related published matters. Additionally, weekly and monthly reports will include all USPTO marks cited in reference to §2(d) and all previously-cited marks that have now been published for opposition.

2(d) Trademark Watch finds potential infringement that you might have missed.

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