Do I need a lawyer to act on my behalf in the opposition process?

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Written by Tomas Orsula

Senior Trademark Attorney

While it's not mandatory to have a lawyer represent you in the opposition process for a trademark, it's often recommended due to the legal complexities involved. The opposition process can be intricate, involving legal arguments, evidentiary requirements, and knowledge of intellectual property laws.

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