Will my attorney let me know if my trademark receives an office action?

Photo of Jan Buza

Written by Jan Buza

Co-founder of Trama

Yes, your trademark attorney or agent should inform you if your trademark application receives an office action. This is a standard and important part of their role in representing your interests in the trademark registration process.

When your trademark application receives an office action, the trademark office sends a formal written notice to both the applicant and the attorney of record (if you have one). Your attorney will typically receive a copy of the office action and promptly inform you of its content and implications.

Advice icon

Haven't found what you are looking for?

Our team of experienced trademark attorneys is here to help you! Simply send us an email outlining your request and we'll be happy to assist you.