Trademark Likelihood of Confusion and Crowded Fields – Room for One More?

Likelihood of confusion rejections – 2(d) refusals – are a common type of obstacle for a trademark application.  When the examining attorney finds a similar-looking trademark in the USPTO records, for similar-seeming goods or services, up goes the 2(d) flag. What if there is not just one other user of a similar mark, but many? […]