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What is the USPTO?

The USPTO or United States Patent and Trademark Office is in charge of granting patents for the protection of inventions and registering trademarks for products and services in the United States.

When another company applies for a trademark that is confusingly similar to the one previously registered, the USPTO will confirm the information and refuse to register the new trademark, as doing so would create confusion in the market about the rightful owner of the trademark and the infringement of Your rights.