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Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Sustains Opposition to CLOROTEC Mark and Design

On September 26, 2013, the TTAB issued a precedential decision sustaining opposition to the registration of the CLOROTEC mark and design due to the applicant’s admitted non-use of the mark in the United States (108 USPQ2d 1063 (TTAB 2013)). This decision came in response to a motion for summary judgment filed by Jeff on behalf of The Clorox Company. In addition to this matter, Jeff has represented both trademark applicants and opposers in several inter partes proceedings in the TTAB.


The decision is available here: Order Granting Summary Judgment on Non-Use.


The decision is also the subject of a posting on the TTABlog.

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