Protecting intellectual property
on a global scale

Protecting intellectual property
on a global scale

Protecting intellectual property
on a global scale

Natter & Associates, P.C. is the successor firm to Natter & Natter, with over 50 years of experience practicing intellectual property law.
We specialize in patent, trademark and copyright prosecution, enforcement and litigation as well as anti-counterfeiting
measures around the world and across a broad range of industries including technology, Internet, fashion and automotive.

Specialties

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Patent

Intellectual Property and specifically Patents are among ...

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Trademark

We specialize in protection and enforcement of our clients ...

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Internet Law

We specialize in negotiation and litigation surrounding Internet ...

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Copyright

We develop filing strategies to develop, maintain, and protect ...

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NATTER & ASSOCIATES, P.C.
501 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY 10017
212 840 8300 212 302 0295

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2021-14-07

Notice Regarding Deceptive Trademark Solicitations

Please beware of potentially misleading offers and notices from private companies regarding your trademark or service mark registration. Private companies not associated with the USPTO often use application and registration information from the public USPTO database to mail and email trademark-related offers and notices – most of which require payment of fees. All communications concerning your registration will come directly from your patent and trademark attorney.

See the below link for a listing and samples of current deceptive trademark mailings and invoices:

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2021-11-06

COVID-19 as Excusable Nonuse in Trademark Maintenance Filings

On April 12, 2021, the USPTO issued an alert announcing that certain circumstances related to COVID-19 may excuse nonuse of a trademark or service mark for the purposes of Section 8 and Section 71 maintenance filings. Specifically, if COVID-19 has directly affected the trademark holder and/or their business, preventing them from using their trademark, they may ask to be temporarily excused from providing proof of use.

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