USPTO`s new rule requires a qualified U.S. attorney as representative

As of 3rd August 2019, all foreign domiciled applicants, registrants or other parties to a trademark proceeding before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) must be represented by a U.S.-licensed attorney. The aim of this significant change is to increase accountability, the accuracy of applications, and to ensure the integrity of the USPTO`s trademark register.

As Valea has well-established cooperation relationships with carefully selected foreign agents, our clients will be represented by licensed and experienced professionals in all U.S. trademark proceedings.

// Eszter Kurtan