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Trademark Electronic Application System - TEAS Application
Revocation of Attorney/Domestic Representative and/or Appointment of Attorney/Domestic Representative
TEAS - Version 5.2 : 08/23/2014
To revoke/appoint within more than one application or registration having the identical owner and attorney and/or domestic representative of record, enter multiple serial/registration numbers (but not exceeding 300 serial numbers per request form, separating each with a space, with no punctuation). Click on the "Continue" button below to access the form for entering your information.

Note: The owner of a mark may file and prosecute his or her own application for registration of the mark, or he or she may be represented by a practitioner qualified under 37 C.F.R. §11.14 to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in trademark cases. 37 C.F.R. §§2.11 and 11.14.

If the applicant's address is outside the United States, the applicant may appoint a Domestic Representative, upon whom notice or process in the proceedings affecting the mark may be served. The designation would serve the purpose of bringing a foreign party who takes advantage of the United States trademark registration system under the jurisdiction of the United States legal system. Any juristic entity may serve as a domestic representative.

If the owner files a revocation of an existing power of attorney, future correspondence will be sent either to (1) the owner, if no new attorney is appointed; (2) the address as listed as part of any new power of attorney; or (3) the domestic representative, if no attorney is appointed.

If the owner is represented by a practitioner qualified under 37 C.F.R. §11.14 to practice before the USPTO in trademark cases, the Office will communicate only with the practitioner, unless that representation is terminated without replacement. If the owner contacts the Office regarding the application, the Office will advise the owner that matters can be discussed only with the owner's appointed attorney.

NOTE: You must complete any field preceded by the symbol "*".

WARNING: This form has a session time limit of 60 minutes. Your "session" began as soon as you accessed this initial Form Wizard page. If you exceed the 60-minute time limit, the form will not validate and you must begin the entire process again; you can, however, extend the time limit. You should always try to have all information required to complete the form prior to starting any session.

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