Or at least his trade mark office does. The USPTO, conscious of the fact that it may not always be able to keep up with the development of new goods and services, is appealing to the public for suggestions of goods and services to include in its Acceptable Identification of Goods and Services Manual. The bad news is that applicants who've had their goods or services category rejected by a trademark examining attorney cannot apply to have it included in this way.

UNCLE SAM WANTS YOU <strong>UNCLE SAM WANTS YOU</strong> Reviewed by Unknown on Monday, August 11, 2003 Rating: 5

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