Trademark Statement of Use
Receiving a Notice of Allowance is an exciting step in the trademark registration. It means you are entitled to federal trademark protection. You need to show the USPTO you are using your mark. If you have any question about Statement of Use or Notice of Allowance, we are here to help you.
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IThe Statement of Use is a sworn declaration that your trademark is currently in use in commerce in connection with all of the products and/or services listed in your trademark application. In addition to swearing that you are using the goods or services, you must state the date of first use anywhere and the date of first use in commerce. You must also submit proof of use of the mark by submitting a ":specimen of use" within six (6) months of the Notice of Allowance.
Examples of a proper proof of use for a good (an actual tangible item) include:
- Instruction manuals
- Photographs of the product itself
- Point of sale display
Examples of the proper proof of use for a service include:
- Screenshot from your website
- Business card
- Advertising material
- Photograph of the front of your brick and mortar business
If you cannot submit your Statement of Use within those six months, you may obtain an additional six months by filing a request for an extension of time (with payment of an additional fee) for an additional 6 months, up to five times before you absolutely must submit your Statement of Use. By filing an extension of time, you can buy yourself an extra two and a half years from receipt of the Notice of Allowance. If you fail to file your Statement of Use or fail to request an extension in a timely manner, your application will be abandoned.
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