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New Rule Requires Foreign Applicants to Be Represented by U.S. Lawyer

Publisher: INTA Bulletin
August 1, 2019

Mark Romance authored a United States Law & Practice Update, entitled "New Rule Requires Foreign Applicants to Be Represented by U.S. Lawyer," published by the INTA Bulletin, a newsletter for the International Trademark Association. The article discusses rules recently revised by the United States Patent and Trademark Office that will require all foreign-domiciled trademark applicants, registrants, and parties to a Trademark Trial and Appeal Board proceeding, to be represented by an attorney licensed in the United States.

Romance is a member of the INTA Bulletins Law & Practice, North America Subcommittee.


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