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U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Clarifies Rules of Admissibility of Evidence

Publisher: INTA Bulletin Plus
October 15, 2020
Day Pitney Author(s) Mark A. Romance

Mark Romance authored an article, "U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Clarifies Rules of Admissibility of Evidence," for the INTA Bulletin Plus, the online publication for the International Trademark Association.

In the article, Romance discusses the precedential ruling in STX Financing, LLC v. Stacey Michelle Terrazas, Opposition Number 91240829, which resolved the opposer's motion to strike four categories of evidence submitted through a notice of reliance under Trademark Rule 2.122. He covers how the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB)'s decision clarifies the admissibility rules for admission of third-party registrations, trademark applications and Internet materials.

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