Trade mark notice of threatened oppposition - TM7A

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What do you need to do if you have filed a trade mark application at the United Kingdom intellectual property office and you have received a form TM7A - notice of threatened opposition?

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Download our white paper using the link below to find out why you have received a TM7A letter, what it means and what options you have in responding to it. 

Article by Robert Franks