When you’re waiting for the approval of your trademark, it’s common to receive letters from a USPTO trademark examining attorney. There are a number of different letters you may receive, varying on reasons for the letter was sent and actions you must take to continue your application. These vary from office action letters, to suspension letters. Most responses must be received within six months from the mailing/issuing date, so paying attention to deadlines is crucial to the successful registration of a trademark. Our experienced attorneys know how to properly respond to these letters in a timely manner to ensure your application continues on the path to approval.