U.S. Patent Office Edit

An office action is an official communication from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, usually requiring some response by the patent applicant.[1]

U.S. Trademark Office Edit

An office action is a letter from a trademark examining attorney setting forth the legal status of a trademark application. There are several types of office actions: examiner’s amendments, priority actions, non-final office actions, final office actions, and suspension inquiry letters.

References Edit

  1. MPEP 707.

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